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wj2005

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  1. So I was pulling my reports to have up to date ones and my Equifax one it doesn’t list the original creditor, no account number, shows dept to credit @ 100%, shows as closed, account status as collection but account type as other, creditors classification as banking, loan type as debt buyer account, and does list dofd but it’s listed as 5-1-15 when it is a few days after that but that’s not a big deal I don’t think. One other thing is the account is listed under the other category and NOT under collection. I have typed up a letter to dispute but demand that these accounts be deleted from my credit report. I hope I’ll have a good chance to get these removed from this cr. Oh one one other thing is the response from PRA had 2 pdf’s (one for each account) and one of them had a statement from April 2015 and the other one had 2 statements from September and October of 2015 when it was charged off. They also said they sent letters in January of 2017 notifying me of these accounts with them BUT in these 2 pdf’s they included a letter dated February 28 2018 and another one march 28 2018 in response to my disputes. Problem is I never had a dispute in March and only in February... so are they making these dates up on the letters and submitted it?? i would think they would have included the original January 2017 letters with the cfpb complaint but they didn’t.
  2. I would send a copy of said letter to the cra and I bet you can get it removed quicker then waiting for this jokers!
  3. Not what the one letter I got from them says
  4. Here is the response they gave through the CFPB: In response to your complaint, Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC (“PRA”) investigated and verified the PRA accounts ending in xxxx and xxxx and the accuracy of the information we furnished regarding the accounts to the consumer reporting agencies in accordance with industry guidelines. PRA purchased the Capital One Bank (USA), N.A. ("Capital One") account ending in xxxx, together with the right to receive payment of the balance due on the account, on or about December 2016. Business records provided to PRA by Capital One at the time of our purchase verify that the account was opened on February 2015, for (my name) whose social security number ends in xxxx and that a balance of ($omitted) was due on the account at the time of PRA's purchase. PRA sent its initial notification letter to you on or about January 2017. PRA also purchased the Capital One credit card account ending in xxxx, together with the right to receive payment of the balance due on the account, on or about December 2016. Business records provided to PRA by Capital One at the time of our purchase verify that the account was opened on February 2015, for (my name) whose social security number ends in xxxx and that a balance of ($omitted) was due on the account at the time of PRA's purchase. PRA sent its initial notification letter to you on or about January 2017. PRA has no record of a response or a dispute being received in relation to its initial notification letters. PRA furnished information relating to your accounts to the consumer reporting agencies in accordance with industry guidelines including but not limited to the date of first delinquency which was May 2015 for accounts ending in xxxx and xxxx. PRA does not control the way in which the consumer reporting agencies report the information furnished by PRA. Accordingly, any differences in their reporting of the information which PRA furnishes is the responsibility of the consumer reporting agencies, not PRA. PRA’s records reflect that PRA previously received, investigated, and responded to a dispute regarding these accounts. In response to those disputes, PRA sent you the attached letters containing validation. We believe that the validation provided resolved the dispute and no further steps in response to your complaint or follow-up actions are required at this time. they also submitted some pdf’s that doesn’t have a copy of the letter they supposedly sent in January 2017 but a letter they sent in 2018! They sent a copy of 1 statement from March 2015 on one account and 1 from oct 2016. So IF they are reporting this correctly and the cra is not then what can I do???
  5. I must have missed that because I never saw it lol. But good to know if my cfpb complaint doesn’t work. But I wonder if they are shutdown with the government shutdown?
  6. I didn’t do that. And regardless I also have letter stating they won’t sue because of the age of the debt. Only way the clock would restart is by making a payment which I didn’t do
  7. Cfpb is the one I couldn’t think of when I was typing my response lol. Thats the one im going to try first... see if they will finally delete it especially since they won’t sue me as well.
  8. Since when.... I thought they never pfd according to all the posts I have read on all forums out there
  9. So I just got a letter from them trying to get me to pay them on 1 of 2 cap1 accounts... $450 and $360 are the amounts. This letter was for the $450 one. What is so very interesting is specifically in the letter it says the following: ”within approximately 30 days of your final payment successfully posting, we will request that the three major credit reporting agencies delete our trade line related to your account from your credit bureau report” has PRA stated pfd??? they also have in the letter that they will not sue me because of the age of the debt now I am about to hit them somehow to try and get this removed without payment since they do report it on my cra as a 1 month term and also never sent me an original letter when they first got the account and then started to report it to my cr’s What will be be my best way of going about this? BBB, FTC, attorney general (Ohio) or another way?
  10. So I just got approved for my second nfcu cc.. this one with a $15k limit. My 1st cry cc has a $10k limit. Should I pull the trigger for cli on the first and if so how much should I try for?
  11. I don’t disagree. I said the exact same thing lol
  12. It was his first card right out of high school. His other ones are Amex, chase x2 and cap 1
  13. That shouldn’t say mom... it should have been I’m lol. No mom involved. Stupid autocorrect on my phone... it it was one of those first cc’s that have zero rewards and an af.
  14. So my brother has about $30k worth of revolving debt. One card is $15k and 31% interest (his first card). The others I believe are chase and Amex. I’ll be finding out what they all are tonight. Mom trying to figure out the best course of action to help pay these down. Ultimately I think a consolidation loan would be the best... or try to get some 0% bt offers but I’m sure it will be hard to get approved for ones high enough to make a difference. So what would be the best options for either a consolidation loan or bt offers? im also going to pull credit reports and scores to see exactly where he is at on everything this evening.

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