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  1. okay heres a fun one. I had one account with midland funding in arbitration and one account with MCM that had sat for 3 years that I disputed and tried to get removed via the CRA's and directly with them. MCM never responded to my dv requests. I applied for a mortgage but got denied till I got rid of the above "collection" accounts I sat on it for a day and decided to settle. Needed the house and couldn't afford to sit through Oregon's laughable arbitration (since it was after my closing date ) just so I could go back to court again. I settled with Midland funding for 1/7 of the total. I called and settled with MCM for 1/2 of the total. In neither case do I admit to oweing the debt just that I had to pay them off to get my mortgage. wait for it...... yep just got 2 1099 c's from midland funding. one for each account and the amount of debt discharged is screwy on both of them. The information I have been finding on the boards is all over the map. file this form, write a hand written note, declare insolvency, sacrifice a goat on a full moon in July....etc..etc... Is there a clear, concise direction in this forum or elsewhere as to what my options are in this matter? To keep it focused lets forget the insolvency route wouldnt work in my case. thanks
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