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Hunter Warfield Collections

So I’ve been getting mail and phone calls from Hunter Warfield over the last 9 months regarding a balance owed to an apartment complex I moved out of 11/2016. We were told they had to replace the carpets in our apartment because of our dogs, which is what our $500 pet deposit was for. We cleaned the carpets twice to ensure they were clean and odor free. We happened to take pictures of the apartment 12/5/2015, the day we moved out and also have screen shots of us paying the fee for breaking lease, also on 12/5. We paid the amount in full. 30 days after moving out, we received mail from the complex stating we had an outstanding balance of $9xx.xx. The date of the statement showed 12/5/16, the same day we paid our balance. We were then sent to collections 1/2017. Fast forward to now after receiving mail and phone calls from Hunter Warfield I’m now in a position to PIF, but I’m trying to find out what I need to do to have it removed from my credit as it has taken a huge hit. The few times I have answered the phone and they have asked for me, I haven’t confirmed my identity, which I was told is a good thing. Does anyone have any tips to getting this off of my credit report?

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Re: Hunter Warfield Collections

Welcome to the board Smiley Happy


If you legitimately owe it then try the PFD

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