01-14-2014 02:00 PM
I would LOVE a copy of the letter and the information... I have some old stuff from Sallie Mae that I need gone... can you please inbox it to me?
01-18-2014 09:28 AM
As with everyone else, I'd really appreciate if you could PM me the letter you used and contact info for Sallie Mae. I'm about to make my last payment in the the rehab process and want to be prepared to clean up anything they missed once its out of default. Thank you so much in advance!
01-23-2014 09:33 AM
Sorry to pester...might you send the info for the contact at ACS?
As a general question, who in a company does one send a GW letter to typically? Will anyone at that institution do? Do you send it to the higher ups? I found an email address for one of the higher ups at ACS but am not sure that emailing them a goodwill letter is the right thing to do.
01-23-2014 02:05 PM
I'm socked that someone actually got a goodwill through ACS. They haven't been extremely defiant in my requests for goodwill. Everytime I have spoken with one of them, they get annoyed and state: "We cannot change this. It would violate the FCRA". Even though the student loan rehab program states that it will remove the lates once on time payments are made. I hate ACS with a passion.
01-23-2014 02:55 PM
I spoke with a representative at MOHELA who explained to me that I wouldn't send a goodwill letter to ACS since they've now acquired those loans. I was told that I would send a goodwill letter to MOHELA. When I asked about goodwill letters and having lates removed: "We cannot change this. It would violate the FCRA, but you can go ahead and send the letter in"
01-31-2014 02:25 PM
My nelnet and sallie mae loans were also sent to Mohela. Both are reporting. Since Mohela now owns the loans, wouldn't a GW to the original loaners to remove the deliquent accounts work?!
02-07-2014 06:17 AM - edited 02-07-2014 06:19 AM
If anyone still has the ACS contact info and GW letter, I would really appreciate it as well. Thanks
02-07-2014 07:02 AM
As the rest, would love the Sallie Mae number you used, and a copy of your letter or a link to somewhere that we can see some drafts for inspiration.
02-08-2014 11:25 AM
It would be great if you could pm me this info as well. Thanks a million.
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