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  1. I'm about to send my first DV. Is it okay to use an online service to send CMRRR such as LetterStream? Or does that somehow defeat the purpose of the CMRRR? The only thing I can think of is I might not be able to add the tracking number to the letter itself.
  2. So as discussed in a previous post, a mysterious collection account with Cavalry Portfolio Services popped up on credit report a few weeks ago. I sent a DV, CMRRR this week. I was online checking the status on the USPS website, and it says this: Your item was returned to the sender at 8:25 am on June 19, 2013 in HAWTHORNE, NY 10532 because the forwarding order for this address is no longer valid. So now what do I do? This is the address which shows on the credit reports from Equifax and Experian. The collection is not on Trans Union. How do I contact them to try to get this resolved or removed? I am certainly NOT contacting them by phone. Do they not have to have some sort of legal mailing address on file with the credit bureaus where I can contact them?
  3. I sent a letter to Professional Placement Services telling them to remove the inquiry on my credit report. I paid the OC in full, not them, but their reporting my debt as paid in full. I included a copy of my receipt to the OC. Anyway, it was returned as recipient unknown. I checked online with USPS and someone did sign for it, though. What should I do at this point? Dispute with the CRAs?
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