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Credit Score update

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This is from USAA Credit Score Monitoring. These scores are after Enhanced recovery was deleted. Experian is reporting 16 collections accounts that should be coming off soon because they are not mine. I currently Have Midland for $300 and diversified consultants was paid for less then what was owed and I have sent them a few GW letters. My current utilization is 81% and i have a budget plan to get it to about 10% in 6 months. Ehnaced recovery was the first thing I got deleted and it was exciting seeing it come off. Im hoping once my utilization goes down I will be near 700. I want to increase my USAA card once I pay down my utilization on everything. Anyone have an suggestions for me to increase my score more?
 
Oldest Account 5 Years 11 Months
AAOA 2 years 3 months
 
Current Cards
Barclaycardus - $3200 Limit - No Lates
USAA - $500 Limit - No Lates
Cap1 - $300 Limit - No Lates
Military Star card for exchange only - $4200 limit - No Lates
 
Loans
Car Loan - $16,000 - No Lates
Intallment Loan - $3000 - No Lates
Installment Loan - $600 - No Lates
 
Collections
Midland - $321 - DV letter nothing heard
Diversified Consultants - Paid for less than balance, sent GW
USCB Inc - $6,400 - Not mine and I was 17 when they say these came from. In process of being removed. Only reported on experian
 
Experian®
Score Date: 9/21/2013
514
Equifax®
Score Date: 9/21/2013
650
TransUnion®
Score Date: 9/21/2013
643
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Re: Credit Score update

Looks like with all those accounts coming off your scores will be heading north 

Keep up the good work:smileywink:

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Re: Credit Score update

I just got a response from my DVD letter today and they did validate. Should I just go ahead and PIF and then GW? I know midland is a pain.
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Your scores will be shooting up in no time.

 

I would send certified mail asking for a PFD. If after fighting with them and not getting a PFD, I would PIF and GW the crap out of them until they get so annoyed they just do it. :smileyvery-happy:




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I would send a PFD, but regular mail, not CMRRR.  A PFD is a type of GW and a CMRRR sort of forces it on them.  They are not easy to deal with to start with so you don't want to make it worse.

 

If they say no or just don't answer, pay it then GW them.  It seems they are more open to GW than a PFD.

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