02-09-2013 03:08 PM
Ok so after March 2013 I will have one beast of a baddie left. I owe Credit Systems International $1052 for an old Green Mountain Energy bill. I would like to let it fall off but it won't fall off until 2015. I searched the forums and could not find anything about them. i called them by phone to ask if they would pay for delete.....the said no (using the tone "he!! To the no)......well ok then. So if anyone can help me I would appreciate it.
02-10-2013 05:58 AM
02-17-2013 01:09 PM
Hello. I have the same issue with them. Mine is a $350 bill from a power company also. Have you received any information on how to better deal with them. I sent them a letter to delete on Jan. 28 and have not received a reply.
03-06-2013 10:53 AM
I know this is an ancient post in forum-time but can I get some help with Credit Sys? They reported 5 TL's for the same Dr. visit and I have PiF (under the assumption of PFD) but it is still on there. Should I ask them to consolidate into a single line or send a GW to have them removed?
Is the total number of lines looked at worse or the $$$ of the lines on a CR?
All Credit Sys TL's are under $120 but the total is $400
03-07-2013 11:41 AM
I know this is obnoxious but... bump
03-07-2013 03:22 PM
Personally, I'd start with a GW. You want to be nice when asking for a favor. If you start with all the other stuff and it doesn't work, then they might not be as open to a gesture of kindness.
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