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fireyone



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Posted on Tue Nov 10, 2009 11:40 pm  

Hi Farol, Your first step need to be disputing the listing with the three credit bureaus. Then with in a few days send this company a debt validation letter certified mail, return receipt requested. I believe it cost less than $5.00 to do this. You can find sample debt validation letters on the side of your screen under letters of credit. You should include a time frame in wanting this information. I believe you at least must give them thirty days. Hope this helps you.
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Subject: Lowering your interest rate on your mortgage
 
Posted on Thu Nov 19, 2009 1:05 am  

We are getting calls from a Nation Wide Financial Solutions, LLC saying they can lower our interest rate on our mortgage. We pay them 500.00 a month for 4 months till it is done. At the end of the fourth month our interest rate is to be lowered more then half of what it is now.
Does anyone know about these people?
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Subject: northstar location services
 
Posted on Fri Nov 27, 2009 4:14 pm  

hi all,

does anyone know anything about northstar location services llc? They have been rude and aggressive when i am just speaking to them normally.

thanks everyone,

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Subject: Get Help With Fraud or Legal Matter
 
Posted on Sat Dec 12, 2009 10:06 pm  

Contact me if you are interested in having a reputable company provide you legal and fraud help. You buy their services on a monthly or annual basis, like one does with auto or other insurance. You hope you don't need it, but are covered in case you do.
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fireyone



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Posted on Sun Dec 13, 2009 1:51 am  

Unless you actually need it I would not buy this type of service. Why pay all that moeny for a service you may never need. It would be a waste when there are so many companies that will take a case when the time it is actually needed. I also advise getting someone from your own area so that you can drive there if something arises. You can do this by checking your states web site. Recently a lot of states are putting links to reputable credit counseling help.
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Subject: credit
 
Posted on Sun Dec 13, 2009 11:49 am  

Yep, FIREYONE...........I DO agree. 1). Their 'fee' would just be another bill you would have to pay..and....... 2). ALOT of the Credit issues you can take care of yourself WITHOUT apying anything!!
simpletruth



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Posted on Sun Dec 13, 2009 3:56 pm  

Joe I have done the same thing, got medical bills that I didn't have the money to pay when I recieved them, just set them aside and forgot about them. Any way they were sent to collection. I just got the money together and sent the hospital a check. I never heard anymore from the collection agency. Hope this helps you, I owed a lot more than $15.
sdchargers_63

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Subject: ca
 
Posted on Mon Dec 14, 2009 12:17 am  

I have to admit, I've done the same thing. I STILL receive bills, from CA's after the debt has 'expired'. I don't even try to call these people back.
simpletruth



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Posted on Mon Dec 14, 2009 1:50 am  

I've still gotten letters from them, like you I just ignore them. I figure if they deserved the money the creditor could give it to them. I paid the persons that I owed the money to. I assume the CA and the creditor must have worked it out, because eventually they quit bothering me.


Of course these were never large amounts of money,nothing that I would have had to make payments on.
sdchargers_63

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Subject: credit
 
Posted on Mon Dec 14, 2009 8:20 am  

I know CA really aren't suppose to call anymore after the SOL expires on debts. But..they do anyway. It took awhile for a certain CA to stop calling.after I ALSO told him several times to stop. I actually had a few (ignorant) CA's tell me the wrong SOL for my state!!.LOL
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Posted on Mon Dec 14, 2009 1:04 pm  

Do be aware that the expiration of the statute of limitations does NOT mean that they can't call you... It only means that they have no civil recourse against you...

The calls can and will only be stopped by a lawful written request that they cease all telephone contact...
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fireyone



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Posted on Tue Dec 15, 2009 6:36 pm  

This is true. They can also still pursue you in court BUT they would not win if you can prove the SOL defense. This is why I tell people who have over due debt to check their states statute of liitations..every state is different. Also keep older copies of your credit report that contain the onformation on how old the debt actually is. You never know if when the original creditor falls off that a collection agency will not try to make a debt look newer. With out that old report you may not have the proof you need.
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Posted on Wed Dec 16, 2009 1:18 am  

When you send the money directly to the creditor make sure that you keep note of the check number and bill reciept number, that way you will make sure that they won't say that you did not pay the bill.

I am dealing with this right now with a dentist office, they never let you leave the office with out paying what you owe, now two years later I have to request bank statements to prove that I paid the bill, it is a big inconvience and I have to pay for the statements.
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Subject: credit
 
Posted on Wed Dec 16, 2009 9:37 pm  

GN...why, after so long, are they saying this? You wrote them a check? I'm sure if you talk to your bank (and it seems like you have already) they can help you find the payment.
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Subject: NCS plus employment opportunity
 
Posted on Sat Dec 26, 2009 9:40 pm  

I am considering employement with
National Credit Systems inc. aka NCSPlus
do you have any derogitory information on this company in regards to employement

Thank you
Donna Marie Landes

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