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Registered: ‎08-03-2008

settling an acct w/ NCO, how do I make them go away?

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I accidentally hit post before I wrote my message. So I've recently settled an account with NCO where a Capital One card was a CO and the total balance was $1900. They took a settlement amount of $1200, and I've read horror stories about how they still try to collect after they agree to a settlement. Does anyone have any insight or advise of what I can do to avoid them from harassing me further and how to help improve my credit or remove them from my report?
Edit by cheddar: Moved intended content into empty initial post and deleted the followup repost.  I did not edit the content of this post.

Message Edited by cheddar on 08-06-2008 09:30 PM
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Registered: ‎01-17-2008

Re: settling an acct w/ NCO, how do I make them go away?

Did you get anything in writing stating they were settling for less than the amount owed?
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