Unfortunately not. The best I'm able to do is a list of my loans that all say "Paid in Full." It's a screen shot of the entire web page, including the top navigation and company logo. It looks official, but I'm also afraid it won't get me very far.
Thanks for your input!
Best practice is an actual paid statement or receipt. In my opinion I put chances of a screenshot working at slim to none with a heavy favorite on the none. The screenshot is not an actual document it is merely something you do not generated by the creditor showing PIF.
Does the creditor website allow you to log in and print a final statement for each loan? If so, do that and send those showing the account(s) are paid.
Harry is right.
When you call Capital One, it's important for you to be calm and non-accusatory. Just let them know when you closed the account, how you closed the account, and say you haven't used the card since. As long as you don't cop an attitude, you shouldn't have any problems.
I hope so, like a lot of people a few bad months and unforeseen circumstances have lead me down a long dark road. Every time i start to get a leg up and feel good about being on the path of becoming half way financially stable BAM! Life throws another brick my way. I am just so Thankful that there is a community of people out here willing to help others threw these hard times and help them get back up and have financial peace.
Would you go ahead and start the arbitration process with the DV? or hold off?