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PAST DUE LETTER
From : Matrix Debt Relief
Account Number: 8:23-HB-64361842-FDC
Outstanding Balance: $954.00
Creditor: US Cash Advance
At this time we have not yet received a payment in regards to Account 8:23-HB-64361842-FDC nor have we gotten a response to the letter sent before. Your account is now 1042 days past due and you owe a total of $954.00
As a valued customer, we would like to help you quickly remit payment to avoid any actions that could damage your credit rating or future credit limits with our company. If there is a reason you are unable to pay in full, please contact us and We would be happy to talk about arranging a payment schedule that is mutually agreeable.
Please get in touch with us immediately if you would like to work out a payment schedule, otherwise please submit your payment of $954.00 today. You can submit the payment, through our online payment portal.
After sending you this letter, we are required by law to turn your account over to an outside collector unless you contact us to make satisfactory payment arrangements. We do not like to do this; however, we will abide by the choice you make. If you have any questions, please Email us at : email@example.com
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