07-24-2009 08:03 AM
I have recently sent out a PFD letter to the OC on an apartment complex. This BADDIE has been turned over to a CA, which refuses to work with me on a PFD. The DOLA is August 2007. I am hoping the OC will just be willing to agree for a PFD. Is it better to go through the OC or the CA or both when attempting to do a PFD?
Also, from the information I gathered on this forum, I was able to go on PlanetFeedback to write a letter to the OC's management company to see if I could get any results. Any help or advice will be greatly appreciated.
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07-24-2009 09:34 PM
As long as the OC still owns the account it is alright to offer a PFD to them. At the same time request the account be pulled back from the CA.
It is always better to work with the OC than a CA.
07-24-2009 10:24 PM
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