Commonwealth Recovery Group

Legal Action Pending – 18-2359BH-21?Commonwealth Recovery Group?3/14/2019 9:42 AM?To ********************* Quick reply allReplyForwardDeleteActions?Debt Reminder NoticeRe: Original Lender: Advance AmericaBalance Due: $1252.16Case Number: 18-2359BH-21Attention,We wish to advise that payment of the above outstanding amount has not been received.We have offered you an opportunity to settle without further court action in the amount of $1252.16 on your Advance America account.Payment Terms:Minimum Amount: $50.00 Due Today (Rest of the balance through payment plan)Payment Method: EFTPS Secure Payment Service Powered By Google Inc.This letter is to indicate that your account will be settled in full for the amount of $1252.16. Effective today upon completion and confirmation of your final payment, therefore releasing you from liability and any further action on this account. Payment will be processed through EFTPS Secure Payment Service Powered By Google Inc.This letter is verification of your willingness to rectify this case outside of court and will relieve you from paying any other company if you receive further correspondence.You must respond us back within next 4 hours, indicating admission of the full balance in payments or $500.00 today as Pay & Delete.For settlement talks you may contact us through mailto:[email protected]Mr. Mark Steger (Recovery Department)Commonwealth Recovery GroupHide AdAd FeedbackAd Info

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