06-09-2009 05:07 AM
I've been sending GW letters to Chase & Capital One. Chase 4 letters, past few months. And made my first attempt with C.One a few weeks ago.
Got shot down each time.
Has anyone had any luck getting GWs with them Recently? I see postings from results in 2008.
Which address would be the best address to write to them?
I went from 11k cc debt in October down to 2k and I'm not even close to that magical 620. (533)
I still have to HIPPA/PFD a current medical collection & 2 paid medical collections.
I feel so sad, at this rate, the chances of buying a house in Oct are looking very bleak to me,
Thanks in advance
06-09-2009 07:53 AM
06-09-2009 10:55 AM
Boooooo. Just got a call from the Executive Department at Chase. The woman told me they are unable to make good will adjustments to accounts that are reported correctly. I challenged her a bit, but she was adament that she was unable to change the reporting. I can't help but feel discouraged
But I guess you just have to keep trying...
06-09-2009 11:58 AM
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