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Re: Amex BLUE and Discover More Declined.... :(

whats the best way to remove baddies on your CR? i got over 15 late payments on my cap 1 and its settled..... it was a CO. its not showing up as a collection any more..
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Re: Amex BLUE and Discover More Declined.... :(

Go to the rebuilding forum or general credit issues forum to get those types of questions answered.  Not allowed to answer them in the credit card forum.
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Re: Amex BLUE and Discover More Declined.... :(

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DI wrote:
Go to the rebuilding forum or general credit issues forum to get those types of questions answered.  Not allowed to answer them in the credit card forum.

Folks are very much allowed to answer them in this board!

 

However,  Abester, since folks who frequent this board may not be as knowledgeable about such things as our members who do spend a lot of time on the Rebuilding Your Credit and General Credit Issues boards, your questions may not get the best/most answers here, so we do encourage members to post such questions separately on those boards rather than as part of a CC-topic thread here so that they can get the best response possible.

Message Edited by Scamp on 09-21-2009 01:37 PM
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Re: Amex BLUE and Discover More Declined.... :(

This is not a threadjack - he is the OP and the questions are a natural offshoot of his original post.
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Re: Amex BLUE and Discover More Declined.... :(

Sorry Yall.... I will go ahead and post in the rebuilding section of the forum if necessary but had to do with my original post...

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Re: Amex BLUE and Discover More Declined.... :(

I jumped a bit when I read your original post.

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