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ALD22
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Registered: ‎10-02-2012
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Midland

So I spoke with midland funding a couple weeks ago and worked out a payment plan for a credit one card that went to collections. They were supposed to take the payment out on the 2nd, but didn't. Should I call them to be sure they are still willing to do the payments? Anyone else have experience with them?

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Shogun
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Re: Midland

Midland is a pain in the butt, yes contact them. 


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RobertEG
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Re: Midland

Do you have formal written agreement for your plan?  If so, you have a contract that they must comply with.

If not, then you dont have clear evidence of agreement until they accept a payment.

 

You have, in my opinion, a hanging issue as to whether you have a valid payment plan agreement.  Yes, I would contact them and inquire as to whether or not they have accepted your agreement.  Until then, you are left hanging....


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