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Registered: ‎09-03-2009

Asset Acceptance

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Does anybody know who to start sending emails to at the beginning to do a pfd. I called the corporate office to ask for email address for collections department. The guy asked what does it pretain to and I told him I wanted to request a pfd. He insisted they do not do that and there is not an email address for collections. I have read on the forum that some have had success with them so I really would appreciate the help.

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Posts: 225
Registered: ‎02-16-2009

Re: Asset Acceptance

you can send a gw letter to the address on your credit report or you could just google an address for them.  This is the way that has always worked for me.  Good Luck :smileyhappy:

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