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LVNV Address that is not a P.O. Box.

I'm about to send a PFD letter to LVNV. This listed debt account is old with a DoFD 11/2006, opened 11/2007 and estimated DoD of 10/2013.  This is way out of SOL and I am getting 30% offers from one of their sister companies.

 

I have this as the address I was going to send to.

LVNV Funding LLC

PO Box 10584
Greenville, SC-29603

 

Does anyone have a non-PO Box address they have successfully used? Email addresses to decent people to contact?


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