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01-26-2010 11:46 AM
I don't have any contact information for you but please be very careful with Asset. I've heard horror stories about what absolute scum these people are
01-26-2010 01:03 PM
Thanks. Yeah, I know.. they suck. I got so tired of trying to PFD with them that I PIF. I was hoping since they gave me so much greif about the PFD, if I actually paid them in full and write a GW, they would be nicer. But, I realize they haven't been. I found a fax number for them, but they don't respond to them. ha.
So, I guess maybe I will send them a certified GW letter every day for a month, or until I at least hear something!! I've cleaned up EVERYTHING on my credit, this is the absolute last company left.. and obviously, I saved the worst for last! they are soooo hateful and do not care about anything, even when they get their money!
01-27-2010 05:35 PM
Please do not call anyone at Asset as suggested below. They record phone conversations. I had a dealing with them...not good...long story. Keep it to email or regular mail. IME, the worst.
I would not even provide you with who I contacted because it would not do you or anyone else a bit of good since i got the run around and they did NOT honor the PFD agreement, until I had to take other measures....
01-27-2010 06:06 PM
thank you soooo much for the advice.
I kinda had a feeling hubbo would be stuck with those 2 asset accounts. At least they do show PIF.. so, thats better than nothing. They were the absolute worst to deal with so far. I made the mistake of calling them first.... then i realized they must hire the most miserable people ever.
Now maybe I can work on WFNNB and perhaps get THEM taken off. Every little bit counts, right?
I appreciate everyones help!
09-15-2010 07:39 PM
Did you ever have success with Asset? I had WFNNB delete the derog from my account.. piece of cake. Asset on the otherhand.. letter to the CEO, two snail mail letters and still no luck.
09-15-2010 09:02 PM
Dont waste the CMRRR additional postage for a GW letter.
They are under no obligation to do anything with it. Proof of date of receipt is really meaningless,when they can just chuck it in the trashcan..
Just do a single first class stamp.
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