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Registered: ‎06-13-2012
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MOV question

Hi- newbie here. I disputed some accounts with EQ - came back verified. There are about 6 accounts. Can I send one MOV letter to EQ for all accounts at one time, or several letters in the same envelope? or should I stagger the letters individually?

 

Your thoughts?

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Registered: ‎06-01-2012
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Re: MOV question

I called the number on my results sheet from EQ. They gave me the fax number to send MOV to as well as the supporting documents to show, had they done an investigation it would have come back different. No results yet as that was just a few days ago, but keep the fax confirmation.

 

Ive never sent them via mail, so that might be a better avenue. Just thought Id give you my thoughts. It was an easy and fast process.

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