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grodrigu12



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Subject: RMCN
 
Posted on Tue May 25, 2010 4:08 pm  

I just inquired about this company and after reading all the feed back I decided to not use their service. I did give them permission to pull a credit report and they will pull for 29.00. No other monies. have been paid. My decision is based on the retainer they requrie before they begin working on my file. Money that is in the negative that is owe does not go over 800.00 between two collections. I had called this credit companies and arranged a payment plan with PAY TO DELETE and a verbal agreement has been reached. My question is that if they do not remove them, I can by letting a third party such as your self that such action was taken and that both parties agreed. I got lazy and then when I started seeing how much it would cost, I thought it best to honor my word with c/a since they agree to remove when paid. Thanks
grodrigu12



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Subject: RMCN
 
Posted on Tue May 25, 2010 4:13 pm  

I look at this way, I have a problem and I wanted it taken care of. If I see the company that I am going to use and they have any kind of feed back that is bad then my decision is not to use them.
I got enough problem of my own. As I have reveiw the feed back I see more no the yes. I have just retired and have been in two wars. I come back and see this bull in my file over pennies. I will pay them the monies since they have confirms the debt but I expect them to delete and they agreed to delete one the debt is paid. If they don't then I guess the next process would be court.
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Subject: RMCN
 
Posted on Wed May 26, 2010 6:15 am  

Hi,

Can you tell as to when you got enrolled into their service? Before getting enrolled into a credit repair service it is always better to check on the authenticity of the agency, whether it is accredited with the Better Business Bureau, whether there any bad reports against the agency, whether the agency has been in this business for over 10 years. Other than this you also need to check whether or not the agency has certified credit counselors, and if the agency is a non-profit one.

However, now you need to get a "Pay for delete" (PFD) agreement in writing. With PFD your account will get reported as either "Paid in full" or "Paid as settled". All the negatives too will get removed form your account.

Thanks,

Aaron
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Subject: RMCN
 
Posted on Sun Dec 05, 2010 5:54 am  

I used this company in 2008 with a starting credit score of 540. It was very expensive, but it is now almost 700. Transunion is 780. I still am amazed with the results. It has changed my life. I am now in a brand new camper traveling the country as a traveling nurse. With a score of 540, this would never have happened!

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