01-13-2010 11:49 AM
It did resemble a bill with the address, current owner, original creditor and account number on the top of the letter.
The body just stated that they've instructed the 3 major reporting agencies to delete the above account. There was no signature
I would make sure your MCM account number on the letter matches the account number in your ex report, and note it on the cover sheet/cover letter.
01-13-2010 03:04 PM
Yes! I would be happy to share the info with you guys. All of you check your PMMessage Edited by TheVerdict on 11-19-2009 05:26 AM
can i pls have the email address as well?
01-14-2010 07:02 AM
@hollywdredd I got the same letter from Midland stating that they removed they account from all three bureaus as well. It has been 30 days but nothing has happened either. I just faxed letters to all three today, so hopefully I will get some deletions soon!!!
01-14-2010 05:57 PM
May I please have the email address as well? Also, could you let me know the process. I mean did you send your letter in the email? I am in a little different situation. I have to pay for my account but would like to send the letter to PFD and maybe get it off my report. Thanks for the information
01-15-2010 05:49 AM
01-21-2010 11:42 AM
That Rocks!!!! Good Job. Could i please have the e mail info that you used? I have a couple of accts with Midland.
Thanks in Advance
01-21-2010 02:35 PM - last edited on 01-22-2010 07:18 AM by llecs
Thank You so much!!! I hope to have the same success as you have had.
Edited out a personal e-mail address. If you need to pass info back and forth privately, feel free to use the PM feature.. llecs, myFICO moderator.
01-27-2010 02:50 PM
I'm still waiting for this to fall of my CRAs. I will check again February 1st. I also faxed EX the letter from Midland. *crossing fingers*
How long did it take everyone else for this to fall off?
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