If victims assistance is being held back, can I tell a debt collector to collect from the victims assistance program, or would I be better off telling them to accept something I grew (and painted), since debts can be collected through market value of something?
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A debt collector wants your money, not a suggestion to talk to someone who isn't going to give them any money. If you really do want them to stop contacting you, you can send them a cease and desist letter (i.e. in writing), per 15 USC 1692c(c), they must stop contacting you except to say that they will not contact you, and to inform you that they are suing you. It won't make them go away, it just escalates the matter.