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GW to Countrywide for 3 lates (rolling)

Hey all,
 
Eve here..  Question for you?  Do you think that if I send a GW letter to my lender that they will remove 3 late pays from a year ago?   I am self-employed and had a tremendous change in income when I moved.  I tried explaining that to them at the time of occurrence, but we were not more than 1 payment behind and we couldn't get any help from them.
 
Could you please advise, we have not been late since.  We were told that this was considered a rolling late because they occurred one right after the other.  June, July, August.  Again, we have not been late on the mortgage since.
 
Thoughts please?
 
Eve
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Re: GW to Countrywide for 3 lates (rolling)

Go for it. There are no time restrictions for GW.
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Re: GW to Countrywide for 3 lates (rolling)

Thanks, Tusc.  I will get that typed up tonight and in the mail tomorrow.  I will let you all know what happens.  I was scared for a minute no one would respond to message...  Picked me up!!!
 
Eve
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