11-09-2011 12:17 PM
I have a list of things here, some of them i have not been able to find much info on for success of well, anything....
Capital one - 2 accounts
Midland Credit - 2 Accts
Credit Collection Services - 1 acct
Diversified Adjustment - 1 acct
Statewide Collections - 2 accts
Superior Assets Management - 1 acct
Total, i have 10 GW letters (not including my 1 for TFS to remove lates - all of which will fall off the 24 month reporting stuff within 4 months)
I know this sounds like i am lazy and not wanting to look, but i was more or less asking for people to send me the contact information that had success with whether it be an address or whatever it may be.
thus far, i have had NO success even with emailing CEO's of companies x.x
11-09-2011 02:34 PM
I recently posted for some help as well. I am in the same boat with you on Capital One. Been GWing them for so long and no luck. I have read some great words of encouragement from fellow myFICO forum members and am seeking the same information you are.
I know that there has been success in getting baddies removed from some of the accounts you listed; it's just a matter of getting in touch with the right person(s). Should someone come your way with information about Cap1, please send it my way! LOL!
11-09-2011 02:43 PM
I sure will.
11-10-2011 08:30 AM - edited 11-10-2011 08:43 AM
Why did my EQ go down?
Too much activity?
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