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Settlement from CA

Ok today I found out from the Experian Triple Advantage website that my score went from 522 to 565 because of some baddies falling off..However a CA wrote me a letter 2 days ago stating they have been authorized to offer me a settlement from a T-mobile acct which was 515 and they are asking half of that...
 
This acount is on just one of the CRA'S..should I take the offer and get in writing that this will be removed ?when I inquired if they would remove it and the person said they cannot only the OC..
 
any advice?
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Re: Settlement from CA

your best bet is to get this removed! Try a PFD letter.
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Re: Settlement from CA

Thanks Irwin..Im working on that now...
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