CRA dispute letter

Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Marie, Apr 14, 2001.

  1. Marie

    Marie Well-Known Member

    what if you sent in your dispute letter but didn't sign it.

    Would they do the disputes even if you didn't sign it?
    and wouldn't not signing the dispute letter lessen your liability? or would it matter? just thinking out loud since we'd been discussing our liability with regards to disputes.
  2. Saar

    Saar Banned

    In practical terms, your dispute may have better chances of being classified as non-frivolous if signed. Otherwise, Junum and Lexington would not have bothered to forge consumer signatures on their disputes. Note that they do not sign ON BEHALF of Joe Consumer; they actually forge his signature to look like he himself signed it. No power of attorney you may have signed, gives them the right to do that.

    I'd hardly believe they'd go that far if it didn't mean anything.

  3. jason

    jason Well-Known Member


    "Forge" is a big word. Careful.

    What makes you think that a power of attorney can't give counsel the right to sign on your behalf and in your name? I'm curious. . . Lexington corporate lawyers disagree with you, is why I'm asking.

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