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That said, as Ira pointed out, if the debt was incurred long enough ago, it should be considered uncollectible now.

That doesn't stop debt collectors from continuing to pursue it. Something about a clock reset if you all the sudden admit it was your debt. Have to be real careful about what you say. I was stunned that it took me so long to stop getting calls from debt collectors over a fraudulent debt.

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