10-06-2012 07:23 AM
Ok I have searched previous threads on this and tried all of the suggestions. Talked the Exec relations they pretty much said they made no mistakes so it stays. Tried PFB (just got scalded by everyone how bad a person I was for trying to get it deleted pretty much) no luck. Is there anyone in particular to get in contact with there these days? It is around $400 and I really think if I could just pay and get thes thing gone it will put me up the 13 or so points for my mortgage approval.. so frustrating!
10-06-2012 12:48 PM
I've never dealt with Verizon. PFD was the way to go. I'm just going to bump this back up to see if anyone has a suggestion for dealing with them.
10-06-2012 02:21 PM
10-07-2012 07:37 AM
I was able to get a verizon wireless account removed. I used the BBB. I was contacted by the executive office and I had a heated discussion with their representative and received a call the next day that the account would be removed if i paid within 30 days.
10-08-2012 10:51 AM
I sent maybe 100 PFDs over the course of a year. I focused on the addresses on my CR, the address on their website, regulatory addresses, corporate address, regional office addresses, addresses that came back within their letterheads on the rejection letters, addresses provided by their CSRs, fax numbers via their CSRs, and so on. The fellow who accepted the PFD said that they had recorded every letter and that they had approved it after so many requests, and accepted the PFD on the condition that I PIF.
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