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GW LETTERS???

I see everyone talking about GW Letters...Do mortgage companies like Countrywide etc...Accept these letters?  How do I go about writing one...I was late 2 seperate months...Just over 30 days and would like to fix it...Ive never had a problem before just a rough couple months...Thanks
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Re: GW LETTERS???

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Re: GW LETTERS???

Hey thanks for the link...One more question...Where or who do I mail the letter 2???  I am sending this to Countrywide Home Loans...Thanks
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Re: GW LETTERS???

Opinions vary. I start out sending to the address listed on my CRs, and address the letter "Dear Madam or Sir". Not targeted at anyone specific. However, a lot of folks have reported success targeting CEOs, execs, PFB and even Email.
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