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Most collection agencies will accept payment through some combination of mail, phone, website, or debit card.If it cannot provide you with basic information about the debt, such as the date of default, amount of principal vs.interest, account number, whose name the debt is in, or other information, or it refers you to the original creditor for such information, it's likely a scammer.They will tell you that you are being served with a lawsuit immediately.Or they might say that they've contacted the police, or that you might be arrested. (Learn what legitimate bill collectors can and can't do under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.) The caller demands payment “today.” A scammer will often insist on payment "today." There might be a penalty connected to nonpayment, such as the threat of a lawsuit by the end of the day, or some other threat which can only be avoided by paying immediately.