01-25-2008 07:03 PM
01-26-2008 03:21 PM
skipp wrote:I had one verizon collecion I did not like. So I sent a PFD letter. They were very cooperative, deleted before I even payed them. I kept my end of the bargin and payed in full. My EX score went from 662 two 753 just from that one deleted collection. And I owe it all to you guys at this forum. It's all a game, I understand how to play now.
01-29-2008 06:48 PM
01-29-2008 06:55 PM
01-30-2008 09:54 AM
Wow that's great! I'm new here too
So how are my chances looking? I just signed up and my score is at 619..
Okay I have 7 past delinquencies (all paid now) from like 7 years ago. I got sick and hospitalized and had a hard time paying all my bills. They weren't big amounts but when you added them up it was a lot. I just found one today that I thought I paid off but it turns out I didn't. I had one more collection agency to pay off and I owed them $102.
I called up Equifax so that they could give me the information on the collection agency. While doing that, I asked if there were any hidden unpaid items, and it turns out that Equifax had not cleared a payment I made 4 years ago. He went ahead and updated that file and marked it as paid.
I just called the collection agency and paid the $102 I owed them, and am wondering how long it will take to clear from my credit..
Anyhow, now, the only other debt I have is a Capital One visa with a low rate and a balance of $673.
01-30-2008 10:57 AM
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