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    Pay Pal Collections

    COLLECTION NOTICE
    This letter serves as confirmation that NCRi Inc., acting as a duly authorized agent of PayPal Inc., has received your outstanding account for collection proceedings.

    As of the date above, we have been retained by PayPal Inc. for the purpose of a) contacting you and b) collecting the total past due amount of $1,028.98 within Seven (7) days from the date of this letter.

    Should you fail to pay the above amount collection proceedings will continue and be escalated accordingly.

    Contact us to discuss how this may impact you or forward your payment immediately to National Credit Recovery Inc. using one of the following methods
    Payment Methods



    1. Pay by logging in to the URL: https://ncri-pa.repay.io . Enter your details along with your debt# PA290XXX to make a payment.
    2. Cash, Certified Cheque or Money Order can be made at any branch of Bank of Montreal. Please make a "FBPS Payment" (First Bank Bill Payment Service) using Concentrator ID 70XXX; your account number is the NCRI DOCKET # i.e., PA290XXX. Or

    3. Certified Cheque or Money Order to our office at 6285 NORTHAM DRIVE, SUITE 400, MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO L4V 1X5. Payment must be made payable to National Credit Recovery Inc.

    4. Email Money Transfer can be sent to payment@ncri.com

    - Security Question: What is my docket number
    - Security Answer: PA290XXX



    *Please write full name as shown on your PayPal account in the notes of this e-transfer*

    If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact the undersigned at 1-866-292-7999.

    Sincerely,

    Collections Department
    NCRi Inc.
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    So, are you going to pay by money order or check?

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    Quote Originally Posted by t00nces2 View Post
    So, are you going to pay by money order or check?
    It's perhaps the first time in history that pay pal has not charged me for a currency conversion.

    Check via registered letter mail.

    The question is, who let the fox into the hen house, I suspect my chosen online broker is working in concert with the collection agency.

    Not everything is as it seems, the great magicians are always good at creating an illusion to deceive the audience.

    As for the first deception, lost shipment with tracking - lost in transit. Now i have become responsible to repay, the question is who actually owned the buyers account. Was that shipment intercepted en-route.

    What was being shipped - gold.

    Ripley's Believe it or Not.
    Last edited by alloy2; 02-10-2021 at 02:10 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alloy2 View Post
    COLLECTION NOTICE
    This letter serves as confirmation that NCRi Inc., acting as a duly authorized agent of PayPal Inc., has received your outstanding account for collection proceedings.

    As of the date above, we have been retained by PayPal Inc. for the purpose of a) contacting you and b) collecting the total past due amount of $1,028.98 within Seven (7) days from the date of this letter.

    Should you fail to pay the above amount collection proceedings will continue and be escalated accordingly.

    Contact us to discuss how this may impact you or forward your payment immediately to National Credit Recovery Inc. using one of the following methods
    Payment Methods



    1. Pay by logging in to the URL: https://ncri-pa.repay.io . Enter your details along with your debt# PA290XXX to make a payment.
    2. Cash, Certified Cheque or Money Order can be made at any branch of Bank of Montreal. Please make a "FBPS Payment" (First Bank Bill Payment Service) using Concentrator ID 70XXX; your account number is the NCRI DOCKET # i.e., PA290XXX. Or
    3. Certified Cheque or Money Order to our office at 6285 NORTHAM DRIVE, SUITE 400, MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO L4V 1X5. Payment must be made payable to National Credit Recovery Inc.
    4. Email Money Transfer can be sent to payment@ncri.com

    - Security Question: What is my docket number
    - Security Answer: PA290XXX



    *Please write full name as shown on your PayPal account in the notes of this e-transfer*

    If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact the undersigned at 1-866-292-7999.

    Sincerely,

    Collections Department
    NCRi Inc.
    you sure thats not a scam?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kss View Post
    you sure thats not a scam?
    The agency is real but the scam is their trying to collect on a debt more that six years old.

    Statute of Limitations

    Statutes of limitations govern the timeframe in which one party may exercise legal action against another. They exist primarily to expedite due process, preserve evidence and protect equity and fairness for the defendant. In the case of debt collection, statutes of limitations protect debtors from civil lawsuits and court judgements long after the debt has gone into default.

    In Canada, the statute of limitations for collections action is six years from the time the debtor has defaulted on the debt in question. However, this timeframe resets whenever the debtor makes payment towards or otherwise formally acknowledges the debt in question.


    Each province and territory also has their own statutes of limitations, which are as follows:


    • B.C.: Six years
    • Alberta: Two years*
    • Saskatchewan: Two years
    • Manitoba: Six years
    • Ontario: Two years**
    • Quebec: Three years
    • New Brunswick: Six years
    • Nova Scotia: Six years
    • P.E.I.: Six years
    • Newfoundland and Labrador: Two years
    • Yukon: Six years
    • Northwest Territories: Six years
    • Nunavut: Six years

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    Quote Originally Posted by alloy2 View Post
    The agency is real but the scam is their trying to collect on a debt more that six years old.

    Statute of Limitations

    Statutes of limitations govern the timeframe in which one party may exercise legal action against another. They exist primarily to expedite due process, preserve evidence and protect equity and fairness for the defendant. In the case of debt collection, statutes of limitations protect debtors from civil lawsuits and court judgements long after the debt has gone into default.

    In Canada, the statute of limitations for collections action is six years from the time the debtor has defaulted on the debt in question. However, this timeframe resets whenever the debtor makes payment towards or otherwise formally acknowledges the debt in question.




    Each province and territory also has their own statutes of limitations, which are as follows:


    • B.C.: Six years
    • Alberta: Two years*
    • Saskatchewan: Two years
    • Manitoba: Six years
    • Ontario: Two years**
    • Quebec: Three years
    • New Brunswick: Six years
    • Nova Scotia: Six years
    • P.E.I.: Six years
    • Newfoundland and Labrador: Two years
    • Yukon: Six years
    • Northwest Territories: Six years
    • Nunavut: Six years

    Oh... then ignore it? They cant do ****

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