Settlement letter

I have read where many get a debt settlement letter faxed to them from the creditor or collection agency & also a mailed copy. I don\'t have any access to a fax machine. Would it be ok to have the letter emailed and mailed? I havent seen any mention about that or concerns over an email letter vs. fax - not even sure if the creditor or collection agency would do that. My concern over just getting via the snail mail is missing a deadline for payment.
Finally - is it best to use a prepaid visa to make the payment to them for settlement? Just dont want them taking more than they say

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Since you do not have access to a fax machine, you should ask your creditors to send you the letter by e-mail. By doing so, you will be able to make your debt payments on time and maintain a good credit score. Yes, it would be best to use check or money order while making the payments to the settlement company.



Money order or one of those prepaid debit cards, either would do just as well. As for your fax issue, the collection agency would use means of communications which you have access to. You can ask them to send you an email instead of faxing a copy of the documents.

If you don't have access to a fax machine, then ask them to mail the letter. What is the name of the company by the way? It is best to make the payment via money order.

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