07-26-2007 01:23 PM
bamf70 wrote:Mine were collections as well. Crap 1 was nice enough to let them accrue interest every month for 4 years, show the accounts as closed and report no credit limit yet have a CA try to collect for both of my cards. This put my utilization at something like 200%. Lovely company....I can't wait until I can get more credit with them :eek
Message Edited by bamf70 on 07-26-2007 01:18 PM
07-26-2007 01:26 PM
07-26-2007 01:33 PM
Lol then you are gonna love this....both accounts were/are charged off. Of course both accounts have 2 charge off dates listed on my reports Mar 2004 and Jun 2007. Yes I have disputed but it didn't seem to make any difference. They did what they did and they are now finally "fixed" and I will NEVER look to them for ANYTHING ever again.
07-26-2007 01:35 PM
07-26-2007 01:41 PM
It's all good superduper contributer One account shows "Legally settled for less than full amount" and the other shows paid/chargeoff with 0 balance on both and the actual credit limit of both being reported.
07-26-2007 01:52 PM
07-26-2007 01:56 PM
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