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- Joined: Mon Nov 05, 2012 4:44 pm
- Location: Seattle, WA
I have a question about this. I have a collections account with NCO Financial. They (verbally) agree to have it removed now that I've paid in full. They say to send my "paid info letter" to the credit bureaus, indicating that it's paid and that I dispute it.
What should I include in my letter to the CBs to make it clear that it should be removed and not merely marked "paid?" I know it's up to NCO Financial to confirm with them, but does it matter what I write in my letter? If I admit that I've paid it, doesn't this make it more likely that it will get marked "paid" rather than removed, regardless of what NCO says?