phlix

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  1. I have been fighting Portfolio Recovery Association. I was waiting for our court date but I just found that they filed a motion to dismiss my counterclaim as well as motion summary judgement to try to have this found in their favor before we even get to see a judge. My defense is that this isn't my account and they have failed to provide me a signed or any contract that I have signed. I am basically saying they have Lack of Standing to sue. I also do not believe that this is actually my debit. I am not sure how to respond to something like this. Please help.
  2. I am sure that I couldn't convince a judge that Zion opened the an account in May of 2016 but in activity or payments or anything of that nature an an account resets the 7 year period and also the statute of limitations. So if they are re-aging my debit by reporting their first piece of activity on May of 2016 then thats against the FCRA right?
  3. So, if I dispute it and they did have something wrong. I could then try to sue for damages? Also, how can I find out for sure if they have re-aged this alleged debit?
  4. Well if they have re-aged my account and violated the FCRA I would rather sue them and have them just leave me alone. If I just dispute it they will fix the information and just have it re-added to my report. This has cost me as I was right in the middle of purchasing a house and randomly showed up 4 years later and dropped my credit score by over 50 points!
  5. From looking at their credit report it doesn't appear that it shows this. But its their full report. Its 45 pages long. I was able to get this from the online version of the credit report..
  6. This is the full credit report that I received from experian. This is all it shows this is the only other place this acocunt is showing.
  7. Zions was the Bank and Knight is the debit collector.
  8. Even the bank is showing date opened as of may of this year. And the credit reporting agency shows its first delinquent payment as of may of this year.
  9. How can I tell the credit collection company has re-aged my account? I have a query on my credit report from the original creditor and also the debit collector now.
  10. So I have an item on my credit report from an old bank account. The account was closed in February of 2012 and all the sudden 2 months ago I get a letter from a credit collector telling me that i owe them money and they are now reporting on my credit report. They set the date opened as 5-1-2016 but this account has not had any activity since 2012 when it was closed.. So they can wait 4 years and report me to a credit collector and now they can report this 4 years later and its stuck on my credit report now for 7 years from may of this year?? Are they allowed to do this?
  11. Nope, and I never even heard from them before. I closed my bank account 4 years ago. I guess they say some random charges came through that I was not aware of over the last years somehow.. I had no idea what was going on when I got a letter from a collection company.
  12. So they can purchase any debit from anyone and not having any firsthand knowledge other than whoever the people they bought the debit from say it is and go straight to your credit report without giving you any chance to dispute it? They can just buy a debit from someone and file it on their credit the second they get it with giving no chance to either pay the debit or challenge the debit?? That sounds awfully corrupt.
  13. Does this say that they are required to?? 809(a) ? ยง 809. Validation of debts (a) Notice of debt; contents Within five days after the initial communication with a consumer in connection with the collection of any debt, a debt collector shall, unless the following information is contained in the initial communication or the consumer has paid the debt, send the consumer a written notice containing -- (1) the amount of the debt; (2) the name of the creditor to whom the debt is owed; (3) a statement that unless the consumer, within thirty days after receipt of the
  14. Yes, they submit me to experian and trans union a few weeks before sending me the 30 day notice letter.
  15. I thought that by law they had to give you notice that they have your debit and give you 30 days to respond before they are able to report you to collections. How can they report you to collections if you have never had a chance to tell them if its your debit or not. What is the point of responding within 30 days?? If they just submit you to credit agency before sending you notice why does the 30 day response matter?