I have an unpaid utility bill from my old residence in a different city. (I had roommates & they flaked out on me & left me w/ the debt & it's in my name.) I am planning on moving soon. When I get the utilities cut on at the new residence, will they look at the unpaid bill? Will it keep me from getting my utilities cut on at the new residence?
I think it's $150. It was turned over to a collection agency, but I had other things to pay for & I eventually just forgot about it. But now that I'm moving, it came to my attention.
If it will effect me, I can just pay it off. (Which I should just do anyway.) But if not, I'll just hold off. So do they look at things like this?
Asked by Anonymous at 10:15 AM on Jun. 30, 2009 in Money & Work
Answer by sweetest-sin7 at 10:26 AM on Jun. 30, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 10:21 AM on Jun. 30, 2009
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