Is a one time settlement offer real?

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Are you sure about this debt in the first place? If they are offering you settlement provision it would be better for you to get the agreement in writing.


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You can send the money via money order. This way they will not be able to have your checking account information and start taking money. 


Yes, if only you agree with their terms and conditions should you go for the deal. Before giving them your account details, you should make sure that you check the authenticity of the company.


You should ask Asset Acceptance to give the deal to you in writing. Once they give it to you in writing, you should check out the terms and conditions of the agreement. If you're satisfied with it, then you should go ahead with the settlement deal. You shouldn't give them your account details. Rather, you can send them a check and settle your debts.


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