So, I recently moved to another house like 9 months ago.
Well, this house was actually home-office for some high-tech company. Thing is, the company is most likely went bankrupt (quick google search showed that some foreign corporation bought this company's asset, and the date is coincident with the date I moved to the house).
Weird thing is that they did use the change-of-address service from USPS, except they wrote the new address as same as the old address. So I am still receiving the letters with yellow paper with address, same as the one already in the letters.
Now, of course, when the company bankrupt and obviously they did not pay what they should. So right now I am getting the letters from all sorts of collect agencies.
So, what should I do? I called this company to come my house and collect the letters, but NOBODY answers to phone, email, etc. I did find where they did go, but I don't think that's most likely fake or abandoned.
Should I just wait for collecting agencies to eventually find out what happened to that company? Or should I call them and tell them stop sending letters? What's the best way to solve this problem?