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  1. multiplier

    YUCK!

    I didn't make any such claim here. I simply disputed the claim Pryan made. If you have a particular claim of mine in mind, just say so and I'll do my best to support it. I'm not demanding that Pryan prove anything to me per se. I just think for such a large claim as what was made, validation of it would be easy.
  2. multiplier

    YUCK!

    Please show me where I'm not being respectful here. In fact, I've suffered through numerous personal attacks in this thread in an attempt to have a rational discussion. In fact, I didn't dig up anything. I simply responded to Pryan and Bellama since they addressed me. Marv, I honestly think you have a personal beef with me because I posted that creditpulls site you have an issue with on another board. At the time I honestly had no idea of the issue between you and them since it was nothing that involved me and I really don't keep track of your dealings. Why else would you tell me to tread carefully after posting these responses above? If I ignored them, then I'm sure I would be berated for that too. I just can't win obviously. Again, show me where I've been disrespectful and if that's a concern of yours, why haven't you taken anyone here to task over the personal attacks towards me here? You will not find even one post of my hundreds where I've called anyone "Flower Pot" or other derogatory names. Not that I can't take it but I find it ironic how you apparently have double standards in applying your moderator functions.
  3. I'd say it depends on the person. If you're an honest person which I'd guess you are since you asked this question, there's nothing to dispute going by what you've said. Your only recourse is to try to get some goodwill from the creditor. You have nothing to lose by trying that and you can remain an honest person.
  4. multiplier

    YUCK!

    I don't mention that because I don't believe it. You have announced your personal hatred of CAs often so I have to assume your opinion is steeped in bias. Unless you can back that statement up with some real proof, I have no choice but to disregard it. That's a pretty serious claim. Do you have facts to support it? I'm more than willing to be convinced if you do. well, can you name...let's see....let's make it easy... 3 CAs that ALWAYS follow the law...that have NEVER violated FDCPA or FCRA, and that have never abused consumers? I can't think of any, and I'd wager that I've dealt with more than you have (either for myself or for others) in fact, I don't recall EVER seeing a CA TL that was 100% accurate as required...have you? Ok. After reading through your spin, I gather your answer is no? I would think someone making such a serious claim would have factual evidence to back it up. I'm not sure why you mention 100% accuracy other than an attempt to detract from your original claim. Just because something is inaccurate doesn't mean there's been any laws broken. This is your claim - "the VAST majority of CAs break the law in their attempts at collection." Prove it.
  5. multiplier

    YUCK!

    I don't mention that because I don't believe it. You have announced your personal hatred of CAs often so I have to assume your opinion is steeped in bias. Unless you can back that statement up with some real proof, I have no choice but to disregard it. That's a pretty serious claim. Do you have facts to support it? I'm more than willing to be convinced if you do. Do YOU have any stats or facts to back up your claims? Very possibly. Which claim would you be referring to?
  6. multiplier

    YUCK!

    I don't mention that because I don't believe it. You have announced your personal hatred of CAs often so I have to assume your opinion is steeped in bias. Unless you can back that statement up with some real proof, I have no choice but to disregard it. That's a pretty serious claim. Do you have facts to support it? I'm more than willing to be convinced if you do.
  7. With Amex, I would. It probably wouldn't be necessary but nothing but a minute or 2 lost by doing so.
  8. multiplier

    YUCK!

    Right. No interest at all in having a real discussion. You only want to hear opinions that align with yours which have likely been greatly biased by your own actions. I gotta go anyway so have it. Bash those scummy CAs. Insult their pictures, etc, etc. Whatever makes you feel good and who cares about reality, right?
  9. multiplier

    YUCK!

    That statement you made about me is not true Um...yeah...beg to differ... http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?s...opic=109879&hl= And you'd be wrong. Do you think that's the 1st time someone has posted that without the rest of the story? Like I said, taken out of context in an effort to discredit my opinion. I'm amazed people go to such lengths just to stiffle an opinion they don't agree with. Even to the point of juvenile actions like that silly mp3 above. So much for discussion... Sorry to intrude on your fantasy and self-serving denial.
  10. multiplier

    YUCK!

    Really? Besides WhyChat I didn't see anyone mention that. However, I did see a bunch of nonsense like making fun of the peoples pictures and stuff. Nice try anyway.
  11. Not if they closed the account because they thought someone made a fraudulent application. Just take the hard and consider it tuition in the school of life. Never base credit decisions on what a store rep or CSR tells you. Honestly, you got a pretty nice initial CL on that all things considered.
  12. BBQ, seriously now you already made one mistake trusting the word of someone who probably gets commission for complete apps and had no idea what you were even talking about. You got a hard. Accept it as a lesson learned. Don't make another mistake by disputing it. You got a nice initial CL for a Sears store card. Don't mess it up now.

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