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letter from cable company regarding purchase of decoding box

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I received a letter from someone representing my cable company stating that 2yrs ago I bought a descrambler in another state and owe them money for unauthorized reception of cable. Although I did buy a descrambler from another state, Did the company I bought the descramber from have the right to give out that information?
Also the descrambler only worked for 2 months and was disfunctional and I have always paid for my cable service.. Can they make me pay the 1500.00 they say it will take to avoid litigation and turn in a descramber I havent had in over two years? They included a settlement agreement with the letter. Thank you I don't know what to do. They have not been in my home to see what I have inside. How can they do this.

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