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Re: 90 point increase in one month

what does PFD stand for?
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Re: 90 point increase in one month



solidusEE wrote:
what does PFD stand for?


Pay for Delete. You offer to pay them, if they will agree in writing to stop reporting the derogatory info.

There's a Guide to Abbreviations at the top of this page. I copy/ pasted it to my desktop when I first joined the forums. :smileytongue:
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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.



Congrats on the nice move. I need some of that karma. :smileywink:
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