07-24-2012 11:09 PM
I have this company on my CR as well. I sent them a DV and it was returned to sender. I am not sure what to do next.
07-27-2012 08:54 PM
I just located another one. So, wish me luck. This bill is one I owe. It is originally from Circuit City. They sold it to some evil company and I refused to do business with them . This company is a new one to me, so l am hoping for the best. I have no problem paying this bill, but they want me to pay $1,444 on a debt that was originally less than $900 I think maybe even less than $800. I will pay the original amount, even know I shouldn't because this company didn't buy it for that, but there is NO way I am paying more than I owe to someone that bought it for pennies on the dollar and not till I get a promise to delete it from my report.
07-28-2012 09:21 AM - last edited on 07-28-2012 12:37 PM by MarineVietVet
I was able to get it deleted after paying a settlement amount. I can't remember what percentage. This is the contact info that I have (from the email that they sent me verifying they would delete collection account) although I believe I actually spoke to someone else. Hope this helps!
Mod Cut Administrative AssistantSecond Round, LP4150 Freidrich Lane Suite IAustin, Texas 78744512-448-2600
Please don't post personal information such as full names and direct phone numbers. You are welcome to exchange such things via PM - MarineVietVet, myFICO moderator
07-30-2012 06:03 AM
I sent my DV and PFD letters to Second Round with the mailing address below and always gotten responses:
Second Round, LP
P.O. Box 41955
Austin, TX 78704
Thats the same address found on their website. They didnt reply to my first PFD letter. But they did reply on my second PFD letter when I upped the amount a bit. Just waiting to see if they hold up on their part of the agreement now.
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