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credit acceptance says its illegal to take off lates is it?

Talked to credit acceptance. They said its illegal to take off late payments off a CR or alter any information at all on a CR. im located in Michigan. Does anyone know if this is true or are they just being lazy and blowing hot air? TY
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Re: credit acceptance says its illegal to take off lates is it?

Thank you. I thought so. I do have one question about GW letters though. I have read the examples, but who is the best person usually to write these to in the companies? TY
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Re: credit acceptance says its illegal to take off lates is it?

[ Edited ]
Consumer affairs dept... .
 
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Some have had success writing to C-Level executives. I have written to Consumer Affairs with limited success. I'll probably be sending one or two out to CEOs
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Re: credit acceptance says its illegal to take off lates is it?

ha, I wrote the CEO but now that I think about it, writing one to his wife might have worked too. Smiley Happy
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LOL ty so much! would it hurt to write both?
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Re: credit acceptance says its illegal to take off lates is it?

A letter to both CA and C-Level couldn't hurt... Just make sure your letters are professional AND humanize your situation.
 
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ty again!

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