04-20-2010 12:05 PM
Thanks....my student loans are with Direct Loan Servicing. Does anyone have any contact info for them? I have 2-30 day lates from 2008 that I would love to get off.
Thanks in advance.
04-23-2010 04:16 AM
Let me try this again
Does anyone still posting have the contact to GW. I have 1 quarterly payment that I missed last year while changing banks/states and would like to try and get it removed. I've tried with the school but hit a blank wall.
Please PM me.
05-21-2010 07:46 AM - edited 05-21-2010 07:56 AM
I have read through the multiple threads on the forum. Can someone please provide me with the angel contact person at ACS? My account is in good standing but I had a couple of late pays last year when I moved and my account came out of forbearance. I have written several GW's and spent days searching online for a good contact. Please be so kind as to share this information if you have an angel at ACS that has helped you or someone you know. THANKS IN ADVANCE!
PM me...PAY IT FORWARD!
06-18-2010 05:24 PM
For anyone still looking for the ACS contact information please send me a PM I was able to get the information from one of the posters here on this board via email.
I would be more then happy to share just send me a message.
07-02-2010 07:42 AM
Dear myFICO Community,
I just wanted to thank you all for the information that you have made available to us. I have been living on this forum and came across the thread about ACS GW late removals and tried contacting the original poster of the information with NO LUCK; but was able to contact a poster who was given the information and she was so nice to pass it on to me (I have done the same passing it on to those who have asked).
It took me 1 week and 1 original email and 1 follow up email to get some late(s) removed.
I am so happy because I didn't think I'd ever be able to get this information removed.
THANK YOU ALL!
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