04-15-2013 11:25 AM
Just wondering if anyone has a good email address for Online Collections aka ONLINE Information Services?
I have found the "snail mail" address to their headquarters (not the PO Box on their website) and the name of the CEO, but I'd really like an email address that goes to a human being, not one that is firstname.lastname@example.org or the online inquiry form from their website. I have found the names of a couple sales staff, and could probably take a stab at guessing their direct email addresses but I can't imagine that would help or they would appreciate that at all.
Just wondering if anyone has any tips or tricks... bombarding them with GW letters in hopes they delete a 5 year old, $200 collection that's been PIF.
PM with any info, and thanks in advance!
08-19-2013 04:18 PM
Has anyone had any luck with this? I am getting nothing accomplished talking to them over the phone. Please PM me if there is any info. Thanks in advance!
08-19-2013 04:22 PM
I'm in the same boat, I requested PFD to no avail by mail and by phone. I eventually PIF but I'm hoping to have GW luck now. I welcome any advice also!
11-10-2013 05:17 PM
The last baddie remaining is a paid collection from online collections for like 58 bucks for some utility bill when I moved states. I paid the last bill the day I moved, but there was still 58 bucks owed that I never knew about until I pulled my credit and saw it on there. I paid it in full immediately, and now it shows paid on my CR. I really would like to hear some success stories with these guys, but I have never heard of any success.
03-04-2014 07:30 PM
03-05-2014 06:13 AM
I've been battling them since Oct 2013. They are horrible. HORRIBLE. Rude, unprofessional awful people!!! I have had no luck with them. I paid the OC. They reported on me before they validated so I am going to file a complaint on them and see what happens. I took a 24pt hit and it was the first colelction in over 2 years.
03-05-2014 06:31 AM
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