04-24-2008 05:57 PM
AMEN to that! Except dont break the law ofcourse! LOL!
You don't need to be honest in a dishonest system or with dishonest people.
The law is ridiculous;
No one could send you a letter accusing you of murder to one of any of your previous valid addresses and then refuse to supply any evidence because you didn't reply in 30 days. It is a rigged system through and through and you should do whatever you can and whatever it takes to get lines off your system and your score up. Period.
04-24-2008 08:06 PM
Thanks for for the advice. I am going to send them a DV letter and tell them that I just received the letter.
04-25-2008 05:55 PM
04-28-2008 10:10 AM - edited 04-28-2008 10:16 AM
09-26-2008 06:44 PM
03-30-2009 11:22 AM
I recently DV'd an account that has not been reported on my CRA yet. Before they had even signed for the letter I received a letter from a new CA about the same account. Now do I have to DV the new CA or do I wait for the old CA to respond. I received the letter from the new CA today.
04-18-2009 03:27 PM
Is the all I need in a DV letter to a CA? Should I sign it or not? Does it need to be hand written? Should anything else need to be added?
Thanks for all the help!
April 18, 2009
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