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Does a fax carry the same weight as a letter when sent requesting validation.


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Posted by marianco (204.152.142.202) on September 04, 2002 at 11:46:37:

On August 6th I sent a fax to a "law firm" who is suing me for what I assume is an old (pre 1996) credit card debt requesting the name of the original creditor and a valid letter of assignment. I have a confirmation that the fax was received and the confirmation displays my original message. I got the fax number for this "law firm" from their letterhead. They have not responded to me. It's just about 30 days and from what I have read on the message boards they are supposed to respond within that time to these requests. Does a fax carry the same weight as a letter delivered via the post office? I have a court date in October and would like to know if this lack of response would help my case.


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