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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Trilivonel, Aug 26, 2003.
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Ah, don't do their job for them...you have both letters with the two different amounts - make them validate (sounds like they are slapping on attorney's fees or something).
So what about the fact that the debt was reported to the CRAs without validation?
They don't have to validate before reporting. You request validation, and if they can't produce, they have to remove. It should work as you think, but it doesn't. Do a little reading around here, starting with the Hall of Fame posts at the top of each page and you'll understand the process a little better.
If they received a dispute/validation from you before they report to a CRA, they CANNOT do so until they have validated.
If they have already reported when you request validation, then they must mark the tradeline "in dispute".
II. "Is it permissible under the FDCPA for a debt collector to report, or continue to report, a consumer's charged-off debt to a consumer reporting agency after the debt collector has received, but not responded to, a consumer's written dispute during the 30-day validation period detailed in Â§ 1692g?"
As you know, Section 1692g(b) requires the debt collector to cease collection of the debt at issue if a written dispute is received within the 30-day validation period until verification is obtained. Because we believe that reporting a charged-off debt to a consumer reporting agency, particularly at this stage of the collection process, constitutes "collection activity" on the part of the collector, our answer to your question is No. Although the FDCPA is unclear on this point, we believe the reality is that debt collectors use the reporting mechanism as a tool to persuade consumers to pay, just like dunning letters and telephone calls. Of course, if a dispute is received after a debt has been reported to a consumer reporting agency, the debt collector is obligated by Section 1692e(8) to inform the consumer reporting agency of the dispute
I just realized the discrepancies and would like to address somehow in the letter.
You don't wanna do that because you would be admitting the debt is yours.
If the debt's not yours why would it matter if it's $3506 or$5089