01-30-2013 06:04 PM
Got a dunning letter in the mail dated 1/7 from ACI (American Coradius International) today. Gonna send a DV out tomorrow, my question is should I include the account number on the letter in my DV or just the simple one liner since they should be able to idenitfy it with my name?
01-30-2013 06:06 PM
01-30-2013 06:14 PM - edited 01-30-2013 06:14 PM
Sweet thanks! Now opinions please I found this on an old post here for DV's don't know if I should send something like it or just the one liner, Nothing is on my reports from them yet. Can they not add anything when I send this until they validate?
Dear <collection agency/junk debt buyer>:
Please send me validation of this alleged debt.
All calls to me at any phone number at any time are inconvenient to me.
Communicate with me, only in writing, at my mailing address.
If there are any underlying consumer arbitration agreements associated with this, I hereby elect my rights to it.
01-31-2013 04:57 PM
It's not on my reports yet , would they be able to add anything to my report since I'm sending a timley DV? I put it in the mail today cmrrr and it was dated on 1/7 the post office said it would be there by 2/4 at the latest.
01-31-2013 05:22 PM
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