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Registered: ‎05-14-2008

Who should I DV first ?

I have a judgment, however, an innacurrate amount is being reported.

Should I DV ? :smileyindifferent:

If so Should I DV the OC or the CA first.


Thanks In Advance.



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Re: Who should I DV first ?

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None of the above.

DV's are sent to debt collectors as part of the debt collection practices provisions of the FDCPA.

Validation of the debt is not an issue when the court has validated it by way of judgment.

Incorrect information in your credit report is handled, usually first by informal efforts/calls.  If those fail, recourse is by of dispute under the FCRA, not debt validation.

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