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Original Creditor on Dunning Letter


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Hi all,

I rec'd a dunning letter from a CA that has the original creditor wrong.

They state the original creditor is Apire, but our account was sold to Aspire from Providian.

Does this constitute any violation? Or is Aspire considered the original because they placed the account?

I have send a DV letter to the CA/"attorney".

Thanks for any input!

Donna

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Thanks so much! I had no idea that Aspire was a JDB!!

I was in a repayment plan with them and they didn't follow through with re-aging my acount within the 3 month period so I quit paying them. When I spoke to them they said they didn't show that I ever enrolled in that plan, yet I had 3 electronic checks showing I did...they said they would enroll me then, I said no way, you didn't follow through the first time so screw you. Their CS is the WORST so I think that they won't be able to validate.

I'll DV Aspire as well then...thanks a bunch!

Donna

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