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how to offer support to my adult daughter who has poor credit. I have been getting calls from debt collectors trying to reach my daughter who lives now in another state. Should I tell my daughter about receiving these calls?  She acts like they don't exist because she can't afford to pay them off. 

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You should tell your daughter about the calls.  She should know that her failure to pay is known to you and maybe to others.

Of course you can expect her to ask you for help in paying the bills.

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