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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Erica, Aug 19, 2001.
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OH, boy, Erica..this could be tough or really exciting. I'm hoping for the latter. My only advice would be to approach it with the desperation mode in mind...keep at 'em until they agree to delete, etc. Hang in there, girl..I hope your Dad is o.k.!!
Thanks for the advice, I appreciate it. So basically what you are saying is to act dumb and beg? Why is this on my credit report and please please please PLEASE remove it?
Aren't you supposed to be working? hehe
Well, not the act dumb part..I'm saying INSIST...and if they say no, up the ladder, even to the CEO. It worked for me...I just would hang up with a "no" and call back and say "May I speak to anyone but dumbbutt?" Or "May I speak to dumbutt's supervisor"..and planetfeedback...or fax the headquarters....keep at it...it's a mindset..am I making any sense?
And,use every bit of rudeness along the way on their part as another reason to continue up the ladder until you find the "yes" person!
P.S. Erica: I'm talking about addressing the creditors..I should have said that! sorry
How is your brother's credit? Also since the loan can not be assumed, would your dad be willing to co-sign on your loan? It is a secured loan so I think you will be able to get it somehow..."what the terms will be", is the major concern, not so much "if you will get the loan". I'm hopin NanaC is correct, this could be really exciting for you.
Hope your dad is ok. Give him a hug, and keep his spirits up.
Just try to dispute EVERY negative you can. Hopefully some of them will be deleted! Good luck!
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I've got to leave for a little bit, but I will post more such resources as soon as I return
Erica is in New York state...
My brother's credit is non-existent. So, there's not even hope there. I will try what Nana suggested and attack the creditors. I am also disputing almost everything under the sun on my credit reports. I guess I have to be on the wagon until I find out what the heck is going to happen, huh?