02-15-2012 12:46 PM
Searched for a good contact on the internet for ACS and sent in a GW letter. Two days later, received a call from ACS regarding the email and called back on Monday to notify me they forwarded it to my alma mater who is the debtor and can make the final call. Received a call next day from the lady at ACS to inform me that my alma mater accepted a one time adjustment on my account to remove the 30 day and 60 day lates! Whooo! Now just waiting for when they will actually do this and reflect my credit report. How long should I expect this to be corrected in my credit reports?
02-16-2012 06:33 PM
I have also been trying to remove an old 30 day late...could you please email me the email address...I would really appreciate it.
03-09-2012 07:17 PM - last edited on 03-09-2012 07:34 PM by fused
It might take a while. Things tend to get backed up in processes like this. If I were you, I would make the school or the ACS or both send you the assurance of the removal of those things in writing. If it was word of mouth, they could still refuse to do what they promised.
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