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Does anyone know how to contact Credit Protection Agency by phone or email?



I've been having trouble getting in touch with CPA, they have no number or email listed on their site.  Comcast incorrectly charged my account with something a while back and I fixed the problem.  Unfortuanltey I haven't fixed it with CPA yet.  I have seen on the forums that many people have had success with calling them up directly and asking to remove a debt....Anyway if anyone could PM the info to contact them that would be great!!



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Registered: ‎11-14-2012

Re: Does anyone know how to contact Credit Protection Agency by phone or email?

Pm sent. Let me know how it goes!

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