What if collection agency wont accept a validation letter

Submitted by LT on Sun, 02/01/2009 - 01:43

If you submit a Dect Validation letter to a collection agency and they refuse to accept the mail, could I ask the Credit Bureas to delete the account?

Yes, if you have the returned letter showing that the creditor or the collection agency has not accepted the debt validation letter, you can send a copy of the same to the bureaus by certified mail along with a dispute letter asking them to remove the listing. You can find sample dispute letter if you visit the link letters of credit

Mon, 02/02/2009 - 12:21 Permalink
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