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NCO??? Strange...but maybe a victory?

I emailed a DV to NCO financial on Monday for a "medical collecion" and today I looked on my credit karma site and it said my balances had went down by $753---hmmm so I went and pulled a credit report and NCO was GONE, ummmmm I never got a reply or anything. I mean i'll take it but def was strange!! lol Anyone else have this type of situation with NCO??

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Re: NCO??? Strange...but maybe a victory?

NCO is an odd one. It seems like if you contest them in any way they just delete.
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Re: NCO??? Strange...but maybe a victory?

Keep an eye out for Dunnings/credit pulls, just in case it was sold off.

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Re: NCO??? Strange...but maybe a victory?

Do you mind sharing the email address? I didnt know I can DV through email and I have three NCO collections, One OC is suntrust and the other two are medical but they're called Gold Key Credit, which from all my googling is NCO, or atleast I hope thats right.

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anyone have the email for this? I have a small NCO collection I'd like to try this with. Please help if anyone has it! Thanks!

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Re: NCO??? Strange...but maybe a victory?

So I tried all the old email addresses everyone used to use but they no longer exist. I was mainly trying for Lisa. I think I *may* have figured out the new addresses, so far I did not get failure to deliver. If I get a response or eventually it fails I'll post back here. I think they may have just changed the "@nco....." part.

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