10-03-2011 12:16 PM - last edited on 10-03-2011 12:52 PM by llecs
I don't know if I would call it success but I just recently dealt with this company in August 2011. I received a letter from them in January 2011 stating they were collecting on behalf of another company. I was at the time working with a credit repair organization, who sent them a DVL. They responded with a copy of the signed agreement between me and the original creditor, nothing in particular that said they were authorized to collect the amount they claimed I owed. Shortly after, they placed an adverse account on my credit and every month the balance increased, as it was an interest bearing account. The CRO that I worked with didn’t manage my plan correctly and was able to work out a PFD for about 75% of the balance owed. The offer was wonderful but the CRO negotiated it too early there were other offers that had been accepted. Anyways, I fired the CRO & took measures into my own hands. In July 2011, I contacted them with an offer and a forecast payment date. They accepted assuming I meant the funds would be received by the end of the month. When I contacted them about it they would only work with me if the funds were received by the end of the month. This company is very hard to work with and I ended up contacting the OC and having them tell the CA to accept my offer. Hunter Warfield didn’t want to speak with me from that day forward but I was able to make payment and close the account. They’re very hard to work with and only accept offers towards the end of the month as they get paid commission for the payments received. That’s the best time to contact them and here’s direct information for Hunter Warfield. edited 3111 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd 2nd Floor Tampa Fl 33607 813-283-4500(Main) 813-283-edited (Direct) 813-283-4616 (fax) 866-486-8927 (fax)
Edited to remove someone else's name and direct info. In the future, feel free to PM that info back and forth. - llecs, myFICO moderator
10-04-2011 07:42 AM
I am dealing with them now. This is a collection from my daughter who skipped out on an apartment. The are rude and do not like to compromise. I also attempted to contact the apartment complex to pull the collection. That didn't work. Long story short, I'm gonna pay ot off and then dipute to have it deleted.
10-04-2011 09:01 AM
The apartment complex cannot pull the account from Hunter Warfield but you can, as I did, contact either the complex or the management company of the complex by writing or phone and inform them of your situation and that you have been trying to compromise with Hunter Warfield but they are not working with you and you really want to get this matter taken care of. The original creditor or management company may be inclined to assist you by contacting Hunter Warfield and asking them to accept your compromised offer as long as what you’re presenting is reasonable. This is what I had to do in order to get the account taken care of. I have direct information and can send it to you in a direct email for people to contact within Hunter Warfield, if you’d like.
10-04-2011 09:24 AM
I just sent a GW letter to them last week for an account I paid off in 2007. I asked them to deleted the record early since it was settled over 5years ago. I think I sent the letter to the wrong address because I mailed it to the address on my experian report which was
4620 woodland coporate tampa, fl 33614. I hope they are willing to work with me, this was a balance that I had because I signed for an apartment in my name for a relative.
10-04-2011 09:45 AM
Here's Hunter Warfield's updated information:
3111 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
Tampa Fl 33607
thanks, I should just go ahead and fax the GW letter I sent out last wk
11-20-2011 03:07 PM
Had contacted Hunter Warfield in 2009 and have not heard from them since. Requested information was never received. Had actually composed a letter today when I came across your post.
11-21-2011 08:14 AM - edited 11-21-2011 08:15 AM
I just pulled my updated EQ report the other day and saw that the paid Hunter Warfield was removed. I sent them a letter in September and the sent an email on Oct 5th. I did not receive any response from either so I just thought they ignored it. They must have deleted it because it was not due to fall off my report until 9/2012.
02-22-2012 05:04 PM - last edited on 02-22-2012 09:33 PM by MarineVietVet
I just found out last year that in may of 05 when i left california (and broke my lease 3 months early), the apartment complex charged me 4200 (mostly for rent plus couple hundreds for paint/repairs)....Hunter Warfield had the account shorty after and they claim that the current amount owe to them now is 6300. I called them as soon as i found out (to work something out) and all they could say was that i had to pay my account in full.
I was willing to work with them but since they are such Mod Cut; Please keep the language g-rated - MarineVietVet, myFICO moderator i am wondering if I can get this remove from my credit for being 7 years old since the day of delinquency. Does anybody know if I can and if so, whats the procedure?
Thanks in advance
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