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Re: Original creditor response

Is there any other way to do this? PFD ?
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Re: Original creditor response

You can ask them but of course they are under no obligation to remove it for payment.

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Re: Original creditor response

Thanks. Lesson learned
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Re: Original creditor response

If their is no showing of any actual inaccruacy in their reproting, they can either dismiss any direct dispute, or verify its accuracy.

 

Absent an actual inaccuracy, the route is to obtain their good-will in deleting the reporting.

Filing of a direct dispute without adequate supporting basis is not apt to foster a feeling of good will in their camp, and could damage chances of any GW deletion on their part.

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