03-20-2012 08:36 AM
Good Morning All,
I am looking for a little advice on how to get started. I have an old Mervyns Account 11/06 and an old JCPennys
account 12/06 listed with a balance of 0 but as a bad debt. Then LVNV Fund has an account opened 08/2008
for amount of $1,088 and another account opened 11/2007 for the amount of $1,101. Now I know that the LVNV
are for the Mervyns and JCPennys but all four are listed. My first question, shouldn't only 2 be listed, and what
should be my steps to try and get them resolved?
Any advice would be most appreciated!
03-20-2012 08:41 AM - edited 03-20-2012 08:42 AM
03-20-2012 08:52 AM
Thanks for the information. I am in Calif. Now since Mervyns is out of business, where would I find out
who the OC is for that account?
03-20-2012 08:56 AM
03-20-2012 09:04 AM
Cool thanks!! Will do
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