03-27-2014 01:59 PM - edited 03-27-2014 02:00 PM
Asset Acceptance is collecting on a debt sold to them by First Premier.
I requested debt validation and they sent me a screen print which showed the dollar amount and the original creditor.
The dollar amount on the document is $695.77.
I have pulled 3 EQ credit reports and the dollar amount reported each time is different:
Are they allowed to change the dollar amount like this?
I don't understand; please help.
03-27-2014 02:00 PM
Yes, the dolalr amount on the screen shot is the original amount owed. The amoutn shown on your credit reports is likely the amount after fees etc.
03-27-2014 02:09 PM
Seems like they are adding interest, but not a ton of it. I don't see anything wrong with it.
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