12-19-2011 09:39 PM
I am disputing a few items on my credit report. I have had six items deleted on my Experian report. I am trying to find a contact address or email address for EOS CCA Corporate. I have a mailing address but I don't know if it is the right one. I want to contact someone who can get the job done and talking to the representatives isn't doing it. If anyone has any info on how to get to the right person please help! Thanks!
02-09-2012 05:04 AM
Hey, would you also be able to PM me this information? I EOS CCA has 3 accounts listed on my CR for AT&T. I did go into collections with AT&T, but it should only be once. I would like to get that corrected, and then I want to negotiate a PFD if possible.
02-10-2012 06:23 PM
I emailed them and asked for pay for delete and never got a reply back. I checked my Equifax and Experian today and the collection is gone from both. Should I pay the collection and hope they stay off my reports?
02-15-2012 09:26 AM
Thanks so much! Once I finish validating this debt from the OC (I still don't believe I should have 3 separate accounts), I will work on a PFD or something.
02-15-2012 12:30 PM
If anyone needs an email address for an EOS CCA rep that handles Verizon accounts, feel free to PM me. Their relationship with Verizon is that they're contracted out to pursue collections for them, but negotiating a PFD isn't something that they have the authority to do since they don't own the debt. Plus even though Verizon outsources their collection activities to EOS CCA, Verizon is still the one reporting to the CRAs, not EOS CCA. I had to basically threaten legal action when they couldn't produce sufficient validation of the debt in order to get them to finally send me a letter stating that they were returning the account to Verizon. I'm waiting for Verizon to get back to me about our offer to PFD. I'll let you know how it works out.
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