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GW Letters and PFD's

Hello,
 
What is the best method of contact when sending GW letters and PFD's?  Should I fax or mail?  Also, I have a store account which is reporting the wrong balance and limit.  When I called the cc customer service #, they told me that I need to contact the credit bureau because they haven't updated their info.  Is that true?  Also, what are the contact numbers for Equifax, Experian and Transunion? 
 
Also, I have about 4 inquiries dropping off in October, will this increase my score?
 
Thank you!
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Re: GW Letters and PFD's

GW = Regular mail
PFD = CMRRR
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Re: GW Letters and PFD's

PS... the fours inqs stopped impacting your score 11 months ago. :smileyhappy:
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