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Sherman Acq. I faxed this Ltr, is it ok???


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I'm not quite sure how to post an update to my last question. I hope this works. I still have a few more questions, please look under wbullit thanks

Long story short. I mailed a check to Citi Cards and the check for $2494.00 that should have been sent to Sherman Acq. Citi Cards won't move the money. I have a copy of the check and Sherman has requested a copy. I faxed the letter below. Does this sound ok.


I have a copy of the check that Citi Cards cashed on August 1, 2003. I will fax a copy to you after the request below has been honored. As I mentioned to Barbara on the phone my father was in town yesterday and I gave him a copy of all the certified letters, copies of faxes that I have sent to Sherman Acquisitions regarding the incorrect information on my credit reports. I was advised to send this fax to you for a last attempt to resolve the matter by my self before anyone else has to get involved.

Just a note at what I have sent to him. On September 8, 2003 I applied for a job with a bank. I had a personal friend to give a reference for me and she sent my resume to the investment department. While leaving the interview I was told that I had the job, out of all the applications for this job there was not one person that had the experience that I had. I have over 20 years. Only after my credit report was ran was I denied employment. And have not been able to apply for employment since September 16th due to your errors on my report and Citi Cards errors.

Per his advice I am to ask for a letter from Sherman Acquisitions agreeing to delete ALL information regarding this account from the credit reporting agencies WITHIN FIVE CALENDAR (5) DAYS following receipt of a faxed copy of the cashed check by Citi Cards on August 1, 2003.

If you agree to the above terms, please prepare a letter on your company letterhead explicitly agreeing to the same terms as above and have it signed by an authorized representative of Sherman Acquisitions. It will be implied that this letter shall constitute a legally binding contract, enforceable under the laws of Arkansas.

Your response must be postmarked no later than 5 days from your receipt of this fax offer or this offer will be withdrawn and I will request full validation of this alleged debt, as provided for by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and I will seek help in resolving the problem through other avenues...

Please address all correspondence regarding this account to:

I did receive a call back, Samatha said she had a few questions. I don't know what questions she would have.

Please let me know what you think.

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Are you saying that you made payment to the original creditor who no longer owns the debt... but a collection agency now.

That is a tough one, have you tried contacting the original creditor on this matter?

That letter looks fine as far as I am concerned... but I think in this case I would be calling them on this instead of waiting for a letter to get to them... unless you expidite it by faxing.

Want to keep on top of this one so they don't screw you on this matter... and try saying that you still owe this debt.

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