08-19-2008 06:10 PM
08-20-2008 07:33 AM
08-20-2008 08:03 AM
GeorgiaGal57 wrote:My scores are in the low to mid 700's. Last year they were in the mid 600's. Since my divorce settlement this year, I have paid off all big CC debts. I only have two active cards that I use on special occasion and keep low balances. I have about four more department store cards that I don't use at all.In Sept. 2003, when my ex and I refinanced our house, the mortgage payoff to GMAC was late getting there by a few days. Our credit reports from the past few years show only Sept. 2003 as late. I understand this. But now in 2008, I am seeing October 2003 as showing late also. What should I do to dispute this? (I do have printed copies of previous credit reports where October was never included as late). Our new mortgage began in October 2003.Maybe a GW letter will help?
Maybe you should call Chase first and ask them. They will be able to explain why it would just now be showing up and whether or not it is a mistake - and you can ask them personally to remove it. If that doesn't work, then I would try a goodwill letter - but I haven't had any luck with Chase.
08-20-2008 10:05 AM
hoping2rebuild wrote:I was reading at the beginning of this thread how manyGW letters etc...going out, I think I need to be a member of thisSupport group as I have been doing SO much mailing theneighbors think I am having an affair with the mailman
08-20-2008 03:00 PM - edited 08-20-2008 03:01 PM
fused wrote:Try using planet feedback when GWing.
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