02-01-2013 10:42 AM
I would like a PM with the NCO email info as well please!
02-11-2013 06:54 PM
Please help me out with this I need for an account to be deleted by NCO I paid the collection in full, to DIRECT TV and now my report has been updated stating that P-Paid to NCO, I spoke with them and they said that DIRECT TV have to inform them that to delete this from my credit report. Can you please HELP, I am in the process of buying a house and this is hurting my FI:CO bad. Please HELP, thanks
02-19-2013 09:40 AM
Hi This is good news. I recently received a collection account from NCO on credit reports this week. Relates to a bank account I had with TD Bank last year, never used the account (actually forgot I had it) and apparently fees were accumulating. The thing is NCO received the debt from TD on January 2013, NCO never called me and they claimed they sent a letter but I never received it. I want to pay TD Bank the outstanding debt, but NCO refuses to give me a PFD option. I have clean reports right up until this new collection added and was ready to apply for a mortgage this month. Would you mind sharing your NCO contact with me? I really need to get this off my report, unsure if I should pay and send a goodwill letter? Does anyone else have any thoughts on a good course of action to take? Any help much appreciated!!! Thanks.
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