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Collection Account - PFD

This thread may need to be put in the BK section, but..

 

I have two small collection account on my CR, these were included in BK and list correctly. However is there any advantage to reach out to the CA to pay them and have them deleted?

 

One CA is West Asset Management and the other is listed as KENNETH,EISEN & ASSO

 


Thanks!

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Re: Collection Account - PFD

AFAIK, yes, you can voluntarily pay them. 

 

If they agreed to remove them you would have 2 less negative accounts on your CR.

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