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How long to wait after sending PFD letters to acutally sending validaion letters?

I have sent out some PFD letters.  I have heard back from three.  One from Cap 1 and of course it was a no go, and also 2 medical collections again a no go, but they did validate.  I have a couple other medical and one for an old cable bill.  It has been 30 days and still no word.  How long do I wait before I send out validation letter?  Or is that a good idea?  Maybe I should say what do I do now if they have responded? 
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Re: How long to wait after sending PFD letters to acutally sending validaion letters?

Edited to say that should have said if they haven't responded.  Sorry
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Re: How long to wait after sending PFD letters to acutally sending validaion letters?

I believe Noah said 6 weeks is reasonable, and I know I've also heard wash rinse repeat at 60 days.  I'd take the advice Tuscani gave you regarding trying again
 
 
 
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