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  1. So I have a lease I broke in 2011 in collections that I plan on DV'ing. I'm not afraid of being sued because I could settle if I really needed to. In fact I tried contacting my old apartment managers about paying them directly and they said no, I had to deal with the CA. I don't pay CA's, they pay me - so I need to handle this another way. I have already had this verified in a CRA dispute(all 3 reporting). I've had some success with very simple DV letters, however this one is a little different. In my state(Washington), when a landlord takes your deposit/you incur additional costs they have 14 days from the day you surrender the property to get you an itemized cost list. Read here. http://apps.leg.wa.gov/RCW/default.aspx?cite=59.18.280 Neither my wife nor myself recall getting this, and we did leave a forwarding address with the apartment manager. I wonder if there is any way I can use this law to get this off my credit reports, or if I'm just barking up the wrong tree. My initial plan is to DV them, and attempt a 1-2 punch however I thought I'd bring this to my fellow CB'ers and see what you had to say. The CA is FCO, and everything I read says I need to play hardball with them.
  2. I recently moved back to Washington state, upon registering for a drivers license, I learned of an old unpaid ticket (moving violation) from 2005 that was sent to collections and since dropped off my credit report. I contacted the court and they told me I need to contact NCO to settle the debt and get some sort of document from them before I can obtain a drivers license. I am apprehensive to call NCO to inquire about the amount due and ultimately to pay the debt to get my drivers license because I don't want this collection account to reappear on my credit report. What is the correct way to approach and settle this matter? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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