Asked by Monica
on 16-12-2020 09:55:59
Question posted in the National Credit Act Law
category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00
I was handed over in 2011 for my kids school fees.
For the first few years i could not make payment but been making paymnets now for the last 3 years.
Every second year i get a new letter that my account was handed over the the Debt Collector, and they want me to make new agreements.
I have received a new letter in the beginning of the year and now they threaten that if i don't sign the new agreement the full amount will become payable immediatly.
I just want to know why i must sign a new agreement if i been paying as per our last agreement for the last3 years.
And if i don't sign it, can they make the full amount payable?
Answer to the Question
Posted by Att. Patrick on 18-12-2020 00:14:19
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