08-16-2010 11:35 AM
Looking for success stories for GW letters to remove charge off's to Capital One, HSBC, GE Money Bank, and Chase? I have settled in full with all of them, some paing in full. I did not do PFDs, but am now looking for goodwill removal. Anyone have any success?
08-16-2010 12:58 PM
I have had good luck and success with Chase and not to be negative but I cant seem to break Cap 1 I have been all the way to the CEO level and nothing so good luck with them.
08-17-2010 09:54 AM
okstatefan - Can you share more about your success with Chase? What address did you send to and what did the letter say? Was it just a late payment? Thanks in advance
08-17-2010 10:04 AM
Sure I cant tell you what address got me luck. I sent out a ton of emails and some letters to. I googled different Chase addresses and then googled Chase executive emails. I sent emails to customer service centers all the way up to the CEO. If I found an email or address it got a letter. Then one day I got a phone call from a lady in the corporate office who said it would be completely removed on the next reporting cycle. And the shocker to me was the account was charged off. It wasnt just a late the whole account had been charged off. I paid it after the charge off. I was ecstatic and very surprised when it happened.
08-17-2010 10:56 AM
I also had recent success (in the past week) with getting a Chase account completely removed from my CRs. I emailed an executive email I found online. Check your PM.
08-17-2010 11:10 AM
rebuildingaftercollege - What is "PM"?
Can you tell me what you said in the letter?
Would you mind sharing the executive's email you found?
08-17-2010 12:36 PM
Nevermind, I just realized what PM meant... sorry, totally slipped me!
08-17-2010 09:07 PM
Can you please PM me the address as well? Thanks! i have been trying for the longest time with chase.
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