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For people trying to good will First Premier Bank

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Re: For people trying to good will First Premier Bank

Lol

They left out the part of they have the option of not reporting it if they want.

They're still douche bags.

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Re: For people trying to good will First Premier Bank

WOW! To be so bold as to actually post that on your site.. Just goes to show you how terrible FP really is... Granted, they aren't in any way required to accept GW letters or to honor them.. but you would think that they wouldn't come out on their site basically saying.. dont even try it.. we dont care.. what a crock they are

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Re: For people trying to good will First Premier Bank

I disputed some late payments with First Premier and they were removed. I disputed the lates and filed a complaint with the BBB at the same time. My FP account is closed and reporting paid as agreed never late.

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Re: For people trying to good will First Premier Bank

Why did you dispute?

 

But disputing and sending a GW letter are totally different things.

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Re: For people trying to good will First Premier Bank


guiness56 wrote:

Why did you dispute?

 

But disputing and sending a GW letter are totally different things.


I disputed becuase I was never late.  I understand that a dispute is not the same as a GW letter.  If FP isn't accepting GW letters, the dispute process may work for the OP.


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