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Posts: 3,446
Registered: ‎11-30-2007

Received a letter from Cavalry

In response to my BBB  (they could not provide me with validation)


Cavalry believes this debt to be valid and owing.  However, in the spirit of good customer service, Cavalry has closed this account, ceasing all collection efforts with respect to this debt.




Now, will they remove the CB info or do I have to attack that seprately?  Thanks yo

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Registered: ‎08-04-2007

Re: Received a letter from Cavalry

Moving this from Credit Cards to Rebuilding Your Credit....


Maybe....pull your CRs regularly. If still not removed within 30-45 days, I'd send a letter to the CA.

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