A couple of years ago someone stole a book of checks from me and went on a spending spree. I reported the theft to the local law enforcement, closed the account, yada, yada, yada. Went through a spell with the vendors who received these bad checks, providing them with the information from the cops, filling out affidavits, etc, etc. Everything has kind of settled down now, except for one vendor who was the victim of one of these checks. I have provided them with the case #, and filled out affidavits for them, but about every six months I get a new letter from a new collection agent promising dire consequences if I don't pay the amount owed immediately. Just got one in yesterday. And some of the affidavits they want you to fill out are outrageous, asking for personal information including account numbers, routing numbers, passwords! And putting a codicil at the bottom that if you don't provide all of the info they ask for, they'll sue you anyway! I am sorry that they were victimized, but enough is enough! This has gone way into harassment at this point IMO, and I'm getting ready to back them off. Anybody have any suggestions? I'd rather not engage a lawyer at this point, but it may be coming to that!