04-16-2013 11:17 AM
Pardon my ignorance, but how did the PFD work?
If I'm not mistaken, PFD = Pay for Delete so wouldn't you had needed to pay them a settlement cost to get it off your CR? Or did they just delete it for nothing?
04-17-2013 07:18 PM
I have an old account from 2010 with Credit Protection Associate the original creditor Charter Communication that was paid and just showing up as a pay status: account paid in full; was a collection that I would like to have removed if possible. I have a new collection that I owe $98 that was $208 with Charter Communication the original creditor. I had been paying to Charter and found out that the bill is on my credit reporting listed under Credit Protection even though I have been paying Charter in a local office.
Can you please give me the email that you used so I can try to do a Pay for Delete on the $98 with Charter
07-29-2013 09:55 AM
Can you please help me with this Credit Protection I did a PFD on an account from March of this year they accepted it and removed but I have a Charter account from 2009 that I paid through Credit Protection but its still on my report. I ask the representative if they would remove it when I paid it she stated no. I paid in 2009 can you please provide me with the contact information you used to email and write them. Thanks
07-29-2013 10:03 AM
I just had success with these guys to. I did not get any response to my emails or snail mail to have a incorrect collection deleted. I also had issues with them on the dispute through the CBs.
I took my complaint to the BBB last week and sure enough, they are deleting the $78 errouneous collection. Can't wait to see the bump when it reports.
09-10-2013 08:06 PM - edited 09-10-2013 08:08 PM
04-19-2014 12:35 PM
If someone can Pm me with the contact info it would be greatly apperciated, getting the run around when I call in, and no response when I mailed a letter.
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