02-21-2013 04:57 PM
Husband and I are trying to raise our scores up to 620 to get a VA or FHA home loan. We have are aiming for 6 months but sooner would be great. We have a pretty good sum of money put aside for PFD or even PIF if we have to. Could someone help us out with email contacts for these CAs and OCs. Please and thank you in advance!
NCO Financial- Paid collection need a GW contact
IC Systems- Small collection $101 PFD Contact
Credit Control Corp- Small collection $137 PFD Contact
Fair Collections and Outsourcing- Smail collection $120 PFD contact
GC Services- Paid Colection GW contact
Torres Credit Services- Collection $307 PFD Contact
AllianceOne Recievable- Collection $550 Parking Tickets PFD Contact or Even Goodwill
Verizon- Paid collection-GW Contact
Ability Recovery Services- $871 PFD Contact
PM me any contacts you have. please!
02-21-2013 05:40 PM
I havent heard of any of those either, type the names in the search box above and see if it brings anything up, I have done that for a couple.
02-21-2013 06:22 PM
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