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reno55
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Critique my Attorney General Letter
Sending this to a CA that has twice failed to provide me any sufficient proof that their alleged debt is mine:


reno55
13xx Avondalee Rd
Nowhere, OH 44xxx

June 2, 2008

Consumer Complaints
Attorney General’s Office
One Ashburton Place
Boston, MA 02108

Re: Credit Collection Services

Dear Attorney General’s Office

I am writing to you today to file a formal complaint with request for mediation against the following company:

Credit Collection Services
2 Wells Ave Dept 9134
Newton, MA 02459

On or around May 5, 2008 I found a trade line item being reported by CSC (Credit Collection Services) which I had no knowledge of.

I subsequently sent a certified letter (return receipt requested) to them asking them to validate this alleged debt they say I owe them. They received this letter on May 14, 2008.

I received a reply from them dated May 15, 2008, yet they did not validate or provide any evidence regarding alleged debt.

I sent a second certified letter (return receipt requested) asking again for CSC to provide proof of alleged debt. This time I outlined specific items which I would require to validate the alleged debt.

I received another reply from them dated May 29, 2008 once again providing no evidence of alleged debt. CSC also asked me to provide them with documentation regarding alleged debt which I obviously do not have any knowledge of which is why I contacted them to provide full validation in the first place. If they had any evidence of the alleged debt why have they not provided it at this point?

I have sent them one final letter giving them one last opportunity to provide the information I have asked for now a total of 3 times. In this letter I stated if they cannot provide full validation then I expect them to delete record of this trade line with all credit reporting bureaus and provide me with a letter stating they will do so.

I have attached a copy of all correspondence with CSC regarding this matter for your review. At this point I am trying to resolve this amicably however their continued disregard for the federal law is causing me continued financial stress and burden. If this cannot be resolved I have informed CSC I intend to follow through with a suit against them for the blatant disregard of this matter.

It is my hope that your office can help me achieve resolution to this very important matter

Sincerely,

reno55




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