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SDADRULES
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Registered: ‎12-17-2012
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NCO Fin

Hello Everyone,

I have a few medical collections on my report with NCO FIN. There are 3 of them 56.00, 75.00, and 677.00. My issue is they are listed 6 times on my report. 3 say NCO FIN 02 and 3 say NCO FIN/99. For the NCO FIN 02 all three account numbers are the same. For the NCO FIN/99 the three account numbers are also the same. So it looks like this

 

NCO FIN 02

1111xxxx=75.00

1111xxxx=56.00

1111xxxx=677.00

 

NCO FIN/99

22222xxxx=75.00

22222xxxx=56.00

22222xxxx=677.00

 

Can someone please advise on a way to go about correcting this?

Thanks,

Scott

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SDADRULES
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Re: NCO Fin

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Rese
Posts: 62
Registered: ‎02-27-2008
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Re: NCO Fin

I have the same thing with a collection they have. They are reporting 2x. Any help would be appreciated :smileyhappy:

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guiness56
Posts: 22,406
Registered: ‎01-17-2008
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Re: NCO Fin

Write a letter to the CRAs, include a copy of your CR, and tell them they are duplicate debts. 

 

I looks like NCO might be trying to do this on purpose as they are listing 2 different account numbers and 2 different CA names.  However, they are one and the same.

 

If that doesn't take care of it I would file a direct dispute with them.

 

I had them reporting on my CR and they reported as NCOFIN/99.


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