RJM, NCO, Midland – How/Who To Deal With/PFD?

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    • #199870
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      I know, I know. Axis of Evil and all that.

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      I’ve seen some people proclaim success at dealing with NCO and Midland, although I have yet to. I’ve PMmed people for their golden secret info to no luck.

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      [DONE] RJM was EASY. On two 4 year old accounts, I FAXED a PFD to the PUBLICALLY LISTED Fax Number for 50% and received a YES in my email within 48 hours. My PFD even proposed breaking it up over 5 months, and they agreed to that! I received the delete letter in my email the day after paying, and finally in the mail today.

      Contact:

      PFD Summary: I received a copy of CR, I can pay a lump sum of X or Y for Z months, providing you remove all negative information when paid. Please check an option, sign date and return.

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      Midland to no success (PFD for the same amount they offer for “PIF” status). It is past SOL, but they keep updating with interest. I am sending DV CMRRR today. (I know, backwards) I believe there is an error because in the account history, the reported balance has gone down and up by $50 at times with no explanation.

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      NCO I haven’t tried yet, as I am trying to gather a better contact. I want to PFD as it has been quicker than DV so far, and all together (three things), they are a couple hundred and they are things I think I* forgot about while moving a couple years ago. The OC’s don’t report on these, but they are well within SOL.

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      I promise to “pay it forward” if someone PM’s me any clues on how to deal with Midland and NCO (i.e. emails,* contacts) by not letting people hang like they do.

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    • #416241
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      It’s normal to be nervous and yes, things can go wrong. But from what you say, it all sounds to be on track.

    • #416242
      Anonymous
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      Just went VA sounds like it should be good but be prepared for any last minute things that they will require, and they always do

    • #416243
      Anonymous
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      What sort of things do they typically require. Just curious since we are at a similar point in our closing.

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