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S7
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As usual, I'm confused!

I logged on to Experian.com, and I know to ignore the score, thats fine and dandy. BUT, I had alerts on there dating back all the way to 2007! (yes i just loggedon) and it shows a company called ANFI, and one Anderons Financial....NO clue what these things, are.

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Shogun
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Re: As usual, I'm confused!

Afni is a CA. Anderson Financial seems to be the old name of Afni, if I'm reading it right.


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S7
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Re: As usual, I'm confused!

Ive never seen them before!! wasnt showing up on my equifax, and its weird, they have like the same date that they began reporting, and stopped reporting, as Equitable Acceptance. Both began in 2/2007 and stopped in 6/207. What the heck do i do now????

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Shogun
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Re: As usual, I'm confused!

They are CAs.  Send them a DV and see what they are.


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S7
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Re: As usual, I'm confused!

They were listed as being added, in the alerts section. Though when I click on Report summary, it shows only one collection, which is the $40.00 I.C Systems, that Equifax deleted...This credit cleanup watching stuff is hard and stressful!

 

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Shogun
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Re: As usual, I'm confused!


S7 wrote:

They were listed as being added, in the alerts section. Though when I click on Report summary, it shows only one collection, which is the $40.00 I.C Systems, that Equifax deleted...This credit cleanup watching stuff is hard and stressful!

 


Yes but worth it.  The more you learn, the better off you are.  Good Luck!


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novabama
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Re: As usual, I'm confused!

Something similar happened to me today. I had 6 alerts of new things being added or updated on my Equifax website today. It was very odd.... I freaked because I read it on my iphone and couldn't look while driving. When I got to work I checked them out and it was stuff already on my CR. Also Asset Acceptance agreed to delete after BBB last week and they increased the balance apparently...? I'm giving till Oct to fret though.

 

Hopefully no big for either of us


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Re: As usual, I'm confused!

Another thing that is odd, is that they're listed as being added back IN 2007. So they're werent even newly added..and they're not showing up as collections either. This whole thing has gone sideways on me!

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RobertEG
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Re: As usual, I'm confused!

Having reported their collection activity to a CRA, that triggered their requirement to have provided dunning notice within 5 days therafter.

The statutory intent is protect consumers from damage due to "submarine" collections being included in their credit report without their timely post-notification and thus ability to deal with it in their own timely fashion.

 

How you can proceed is dependent upon whether they provided that required notice. If they did provide prior dunning notice, it set a period of 30-days in which a request for debt verification be sent in order to invoke any cease further collection bar on them.   If that period has exipired, any DV would be untimely, and thus invoke no cease collection bar.  The debt collector would have no requirement to respond or to cease any collection activities.

 

Thus, prior to attempting to invoke an provisions of the FDCPA for these "submarine collections," the issue of prior dunning notice must be resolved.

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novabama
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Re: As usual, I'm confused!

Can you put that in laymans terms LOL


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