06-24-2007 06:29 PM
06-24-2007 06:32 PM
onmyway3161 wrote:I have 3 DV letters ready to go out in tomorrows mail. But I have been doing some research on the DV letters and I have some questions. I read that the letter has to be sent out within 30 days of the original letter from the CA. I just found these on my reports a few weeks ago. Also, I read that if you send DV letters that you are just opening a can of worms and that the OC will file judgement against you. My purpose in sending these letters is to find out who actually owns these accounts and if some of them are even my accounts. There are 3 CA's on my reports and two of them are reporting the same account twice, so I need some clarification on these. Should I send the DV letters or should I do something else?
06-29-2007 03:31 PM
06-29-2007 04:52 PM
beach123 wrote:if all I did was dispute a debt from the CA within the 30 initial days - does that mean I do NOT have the right to request DV the next time I hear from them (7 months later)??
06-29-2007 04:58 PM
onmyway3161 wrote:I have 3 DV letters ready to go out in tomorrows mail....I just found these on my reports a few weeks ago.
06-30-2007 04:25 AM
06-30-2007 11:25 AM
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