05-07-2007 03:21 PM
fiskite wrote:Tuscani,Thanks.. gonna try it for acct that shows on 2 reports each month as open acct but charged off..I want it off ASAP.
05-15-2007 10:05 AM
05-15-2007 10:23 AM
Not really as you have already paid. Try a GW letter on paid collections.
WiserNow wrote:Hello Tucani,I was reading this Credit 101 Thread, and you provide a lot of very helpful information as well as the sample letters...Thanks!Now my question is regarding the PFD letter, can I send that to collection agencies that I have Paid and or Settled in Full with, to remove the negative collection accounts from my credit reports?Thanks,WiserNow
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