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  1. Wrote Georgia Power a Goodwill PFD asking if the account could be deleted upon payment in full (balance was only $101) ... they wrote back stating that they would do so if payment was received by the 29th of this month and also stated they report on the last day of each month and to give up to 15 days for deletion to reflect on reports. Searched the threads to see someone else successfully was able to get a paid accoutn deleted as well. Im not going to push the signature route on this one.. I'll chime back in to inform of the account in fact being deleted but this is DEFINITELY more progre
  2. Can a person talk on behalf of another person, to a Collection Agency over the phone, if they have a notarized Power of Attorney? I know only a lawyer can do such things in court, but can anyone with a POA deal on behalf of someone over the phone?
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