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Just sent my first round of debt validation letters including 7 letters to companies who did hard inquiries. In total I had 10 letters to mail out to each address. I decided to go to the post office and did 2-3 business day/certified mail. At 9 bucks per letter that was a little over $90. My question is, is there a cheaper method then the post office? This is my first time doing this so any helpful tips would be great.
I was just recently served for a lawsuite brought about by Cap1 via Michael J Scott. I have a few quick questions and will get all of my info on line this evening so you can see the pertinant info. I will say this site has been very helpful and has helped me get a better grasp of what i need to do. The info on here is wonderful. My first question is around the certified copy that goes to the lawfirm when you file your answer. My Answer stated i sent a certified copy on the 4/1/2013. I ran into an issue at my local post office and was not able to send the certified letter out unitl 4/2. Will this cause me any issues? Do i need to resubmit my answer with an amendment for the date it was actually sent? My 2nd question is on the type of loan i have, its a Small Business Line of Credit. I was confused if this was handled the same as CC dept and suit. I was not able to find any specific info around a Small Business Line of Credit on this board, but i did see indicators that lead me to believe it would be handled in the same as a CC suits. Can someone help and confirm this for me. Ill get the rest of my info on line tonght. Thanks again.