07-26-2013 06:33 PM
New to this forum and it has been very helpful so far. I am wrapping up my rebuild after having gotten my pockets pretty much emptied by lexlaw. The got some work done for me but as soon as my credit was good enough to be approved for a capital one card I cancelled services. I now need to finish what they started. I am currently in need of email addresses for CEO's or any one who can help at the following companies.
Credit One Bank
Commenity/ Victoria's Secret
Bank of America
I have paid all old debts and just need them removed from my report. I currently have opened new accounts with Capital One and Comenity/Victoria's Secret, and am hoping that will help.
Any and all help, success stories and advice is greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
07-27-2013 09:46 AM
I've seen nearly a 100% success rate with RJM via snail mail.
I've seen success with Chase via calls and snail mail.
And I've personally had success with GWs on calls to CapOne.
07-29-2013 08:22 AM
Was successful with RJM via email. Sent Saturday morning and recieved response Monday morning, they are deleting the TL.
Still need contact info for Chase and Comenity/Victoria's secret.
If anyone has the emails please post or PM.
08-06-2013 01:19 PM
RJM successfully removed.
Credit one contacted me via email requesting more info and I am now waiting to hear back from the (wish me luck)
Any one with contact info for:
BANK OF AMERICA
ENHANCED RECOVERY CO
Please PM me!!
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