05-14-2007 07:35 AM
05-14-2007 08:02 AM
Opinions do vary on the best way to dispute. I'm curious why you think there's no proof when you dispute online. You get an immediate confirmation of the dispute from the CRA which you can print out.
Quietman wrote:Scuba,Several suggestions, others may feel differently:1) NEVER dispute online with CRA's (waste of time, no proof)
05-14-2007 08:03 AM
05-14-2007 08:17 AM - edited 09-06-2007 09:39 PM
Getting a collection deleted is always a win. Whether it comes about thru a letter or a raindance, the end result is the same. [BTW, I haven't tried a raindance so I have no idea whether it will or won't work.]
However, DVing is a more complex issue. A lot of JDBs and CAs refuse to validate claiming that you sent a form letter. Well, there's nothing in the statutes that says a CA doesn't need to validate if they believe the consumer is using a form letter or a CRO. They still are required to validate.
If they don't validate and persist in collection efforts, that's a violation. Their first written notice must contain certain things, and if not then that's another violation.
This sort of leverage is often necessary to get TLs deleted that ain't yours or to negotiate a PFD for TLs that are yours.
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