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06-02-2008 02:14 PM - edited 06-02-2008 02:18 PM
06-02-2008 02:22 PM
I would call them ASAP (DirecTV). But do a PFD via mail or ask them over the phone to send a letter via mail agreeing to PFD. They already know about NCO, but I would reference the letter to them.
smooshiesmom wrote:Would you recommend that I call DirecTv or should I send them a letter? And also if I do send them a letter should I send a PFD letter or just a nice letter asking them the account balance and offering to pay. Should I include a copy of the letter from NCO?
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