11-15-2012 07:19 PM
11-16-2012 05:25 AM
The first few people I sent letters to at GE said the same thing about my collection. The way I got around that was to keep climbing the food chain, and eventually got to someone that was able to completely remove the tradeline. This worked out perfect in my situation, I dont know about yours since it is just a 30 day late.
11-16-2012 06:39 AM
I had 3 30 day lates from 2009. The first letter I sent, I got a NO, said same thing as yours. So then I emailed to the address I sent you. I got the nice letter 4 days after that email. My card was a care credit card. I told them how I used the card and couldn't have had surgery without it. that I had never had any trouble using it. etc etc. Explained why I was late. Keep trying.
01-03-2013 07:49 AM
Can you send me this information? I have a Jcpenny account on my credit that was sold to a collection agency, the agency couldnt validate the charges and it was deleted. I need jcpenny to do the same.
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