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Kable
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PFD Sent to address on CR, returned to me?..

I have a small comcast bill that came up on my credit report. I sent a PFD to the address on my credit report. It was "returned to sender". I doubled checked the address and its correct. So how can I contact them? Do I need to send a PFD to Comcast (OC)?

 

I don't understand how they list an address but im not able to contact them at that address

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IOBA
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Re: PFD Sent to address on CR, returned to me?..

Ooohhhh!!   This is where I would send a copy of the unopened, returned envelope (that was sent back to you) along with a copy of your credit report to the CB and say, "Hey, this information is invalid (see returned letter), please delete."  :smileyhappy:

 

Someone will have more specific information.  :smileyhappy:

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Kable
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Re: PFD Sent to address on CR, returned to me?..

I was thinking the same thing. Im not sure who to send it to but im sure I can find out.

 

 

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IOBA
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Re: PFD Sent to address on CR, returned to me?..

To each CB that has that CA on it!  :smileyhappy:

 

And send it CMRRR, as a written dispute, with the copy of the envelope and a copy of THEIR cr that shows that CA.  

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Kable
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Re: PFD Sent to address on CR, returned to me?..

what is CMRRR?

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Re: PFD Sent to address on CR, returned to me?..


Kable wrote:

what is CMRRR?


CMRRR=Certified Mail Return Receipt Requested

 

 

 

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