04-26-2010 12:16 PM
I would like to email RJM Acquisitions LLC a PFD letter.
However, I am in desperate need of an email address for this company.
Would someone be so kind to email me an address for this company, If possible I would like to contact them
via email, I am anxious to get this off my credit report.
If you have dealt with this company what has been your experience.
I am wondering what would be the sufficient amount to offer them.
I originally owed Compass Bank $750.00 however, now with interest and fees they are stating that my balance due
Thanks in advance for your help
04-26-2010 03:30 PM
If someone could PM me an active email for them as well, that would be great.
RJM disregarded my PFD letter and I could use a good contact for a follow-up.
04-27-2010 05:16 AM
If someone would please PM me the email info for RJM Acquisitions, I would be very grateful.
04-27-2010 08:05 AM
They contacted me about a wachovia debt from 07 and put it on my credit report. they wanted a settlement for 60% and i took it, at $40 a month, but before i paid a dime i told them to send me a pfd letter, and they did. So when i finish paying them off, they will delete.
All i can say is call them and see if you can work somethinf out, they are pretty easy to work with from my perspective.
04-27-2010 06:48 PM
Hi I don't have an email address but my experience with them was wonderful, or as wonderful a experience you can have with a CA..lol
In short. I just called them and asked what kind of agreement we could come to to get this deleted off my reports. I owed 546.00 I offered half and they took it and they agreed to delete. It was gone 2 days later and I got a letter in the mail 3 days after that from RJM stating they in fact deleted and this closes my account with them.
Worked like a charm. RJM actually said they have no problem with PDF's. I iwsh all were that way
04-27-2010 09:18 PM
If you google "RJM acquisitions email address", the first entry has email addresses that I used successfully for two PFD's. I PIF, just because that is what I have decided to do on everything, but I have read where others settled for percentages and still got them deleted.
04-28-2010 09:06 AM
Maurita I sent you the email address via pm, I have it if anyone else needs it. A few months ago I sent an pfd offering 37% on a 3 yr old debt, they accepted and deleted. Best CA I ever dealt with!
04-29-2010 05:47 AM
I too called them and they closed and submit for acct to be removed. This was round 8 April and I called again yesterday and spoke with someone different and she stated the acct was closed. I also dispute with CB as well to speed things up.
05-11-2010 06:44 AM
May I also have the email address pm'd to me? I would like to GW on a debt I paid to make sure they follow through on their end. Little bit anxious to get this off so we can buy a house. Thanks in advance.
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