Been on the GW train with cap 1 too, sent them multiple emails to the CEO/ unders multiple times and finally got through to someone in the EO office names Dominique.
She was a pain in the butt to get ahold off and playing phone tag with was getting annoying. I explained to her that per my emails I am currently trying to get this recent(2 years) baddie off my report so I can attempt to buy a house with my s/o and a new car(through their preapproved auto financing invitation).
Essentially got told that they wont change anything and only reported that the dispute is accuratley reporting and left unchanged.
Anyone have any success just diputing the lates directly with the CA's? I know some dont even bother to verifiy back with them.
She was quite clear that the EO treats GW request as disputes and only looks to validate the debt. They no longer grant Goodwill deletions of otherwise valid debts.
Definitely a YMMV thing here, as multiple members recently have reported success with Capital One GW adjustments.
Just an FYI here to follow up on this thread. I'd like everyone to know that the purpose of this technique is very simply a "strength in numbers" type of approach and the success comes from getting your GW letters into as many hands as possible. I've been getting a lot of PMs lately from people asking me for a copy of my GW letter(s), which completely goes against the point of this thread. It wasn't my GW letters that were the main source of success, it was simply cranking out a ton of them. This thread isn't about the construction of GW letters; there are plenty of threads out there that handle that topic. This thread already assumes you've put together an acceptable GW letter and is only about getting it out there in magnified proportions. This is one of the rare times where I believe quantity overshadows quality. Give me a decent GW letter dropped into the hands of 50 people over an award-winning masterfully written GW letter delivered into the hands of 1 person any day.