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I just started my credit repair journey after several years of letting it tank. There are several creditors who charged off different accounts, but continue to report new activity every month ($0 payment). A friend suggested to send a dispute to the data furnishers with a contract of adhesion. Ask them to remove all the negative activity that is re-aging a closed account. Then tell them that they will be entering into a new agreement, a sort of defamation contract, that specifically prohibits arbitration, that their consent will be indicated by their verifying or reporting information after the account was closed, and that by their action they agree to pay liquidated damages for each violation and each person who receives each false piece of information. The contract also adds more liquidated damages, court and attorney fees if they do not pay within a deadline after receiving demand for payment, and even more liquidated damages if they attempt to invoke arbitration. In case they do not agree with the terms, all they have to do is stop reporting and verifying any new activity. Good luck explaining why the contract is unacceptable, unless they intend to violate it. I am not a fan of adhesion contracts, but it is just the same way most banks used to add arbitration to their original contracts and many states where their headquarters are located approved those amendments and even made them a part of their laws. Does it make any sense? Could it work? Has anybody had any luck with this approach? The CRAs are next. The adhesion contract may be adapted as well, since they should know better than to allow data furnishers to re-age trade lines, but the timing must be right. So a dispute requesting deletion would be first, explaining that it is inaccurate to report both a closed account and new activity, even if the information is "verified" it is obviously inaccurate and that they would be willingly failing to investigate by allowing such a blatant contradiction. They may delete, but worst case scenario, I expect an automated response claiming they just report whatever the data furnisher tells them, implicitly admitting that they do not really do any research. Next step will be a Method of Verification (MOV) request. Any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated.
Hi guys I had a car loan with a credit union. The car was totaled in Dec 2010. The other parties insurance company paid out most of my remaining balance on the loan. I had GAP insurance but there was something called pre-existing damage that they would not cover leaving a balace of $2500. That I refused to pay. So this negative has been sitting on my credit report since then. I have not had any contact with the OC since that time. I have not made any payments or promises to pay. Just let it sit there waiting for it to just fall off. I checked my credit reports recently to find that the OC changed my report to show a $5 payment was made in March of 2016 (this year). My question is what to do now? Do I dispute with the CRA's or the OC or both? Or do I just send a letter to the OC asking for removal with my intent to sue? And follow through if my request is not met. TIA for your help!
Been_Ponzied posted a topic in CollectionsPinnacle credit services has re-aged my debt 3 years and is harassing me by phone. It's been so long since I've fought any collection agencies, that I've forgotten everything! Can I turn them into the Sate Attorney or something? How do I prove they have re-aged my debt 3 years and what do I do next? I don't even know if they own this debit anymore.