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Debt will only expire if it has prescribed: According to the law, most debt that is older than three years will be considered prescribed, or as ‘old debt’ if there has been no acknowledgement of the debt by the consumer or any attempt from the credit provider to collect the debt. Only then consumers are in no way obligated to settle it. Credit providers are now banned from collecting prescribed debt and are also prohibited from selling prescribed debt to any third party.
But if the debt has not prescribed then you’ll have to pay it. If the debt has been made in a fraudulent way then you will have to find legal advice to resolve the matter.
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