06-07-2012 08:08 AM
I contacted Sallie Mae's Office of the Consumer Advocate about 45 days ago and as of today's phone call they told me the 90 day late will be removed when reporting occurs at the end of the month! That's a "KEY DEROGATORY" on my account and showing with all three bureaus within the last year so I'm hoping to see a decent improvement in scores across the board. Just want to say thanks to everyone who has put the information out there and want to say that the people at the Advocate's office are very good at what they do!
Any idea on what this may do to my scores?!?!?
06-07-2012 08:37 AM
06-07-2012 08:39 AM
CONGRATS!! PLEASEEE tell me how you were able to get this taken care of! I have 2 Sallie Mae accounts reporting 3 late payments each...I called them & they didn't assist. I emailed them @ the customer advocate address as well...they have not responded yet. From what I've read, you should have a nice improvement in your score..keep us posted!
Can you PM me please...thanks in advance!
06-07-2012 09:22 AM
dang! good job. I tried the same thing and a lady called me and told me since my loans were a federal loan they cant change the lates
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