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GW emails

Hi everyone,

 

I have been following this forum for a while but this is my first time posting.  I have gained some very useful information which has allowed me to increase my credit score 100 points within a 1 year time frame!!!  I am now in the process of sending some GW letters to accounts that have been PIF.  Would anyone of the great contributors here be so kind as to PM me good email adresses for any of the following:

 

Wells Fargo Dealer Services

Capital One Credit Card

Juniper Credit Card

Macy's

The Home Depont (Thd/Cbna)

One Main Financial (formerly Citifinancial)

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!  Thanks!

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The internet is certainly quick and easy, but hardly personal.  I dont even read emails when I dont know their source, and they can be sent by anyone.

GWs are a personal plea.  I would not even use email for such requests, as they dont show the personal attention of a phone call or even a signed letter.

Your choice, but email would not be my preferred method of obtaining personal attention......

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Thanks for your advice!  I know that emails are not that personal, but I was definitely going to compose and format the email just as I would a letter.  However, if someone has good snail mail addresses that I could use for the listed creditors, I would be most grateful as well!!  Thanks!!

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Re: GW emails

 

check your inbox! Smiley Happy


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Re: GW emails

Hi and Welcome to the forums,

 

bigboihill,  Just wanted to drop in a say "Hi"waving hi.gif      Glad to see your 1ST post.

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I would disagree with Robert, all my GW deletes have been via email, including a CO. In regards to your Macy's GW, I sent my email on their online inquiry form. Times have changed, email would be my first choice.

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Biggest issue with GWs by phone is you usually talk to someone at a company on the lower level of the totem pole who can't help. I've read here about people mailing GW letters with personalized stationary with pictures of their family, etc.

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Thanks for the warm welcome! 

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Re: GW emails

Can someone pm me the email address for capital one plz?? Thanks
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Re: GW emails


RobertEG wrote:

The internet is certainly quick and easy, but hardly personal.  I dont even read emails when I dont know their source, and they can be sent by anyone.

GWs are a personal plea.  I would not even use email for such requests, as they dont show the personal attention of a phone call or even a signed letter.

Your choice, but email would not be my preferred method of obtaining personal attention......




 

+1

 

Well thought out post.   Will use that one myself in the future

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