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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by bgolden, Apr 20, 2001.
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I also recently used the letter with an original creditor that began to send me billing/collection notices. For quick background, my ex has been using my information SSN, Place of employment, DOB, etc. to try and open credit accounts and has opened some successfully.
I received a response in which the creditor apologized, and advised me the account was totally noted in their system as "obtained by fraud" and my credit profile would be updated. I also added a small note to the letter, asking them to verify my signature against the one on file..worked great!
Re: Double Thanks
Which letter did you use???
Re: Double Thanks
I used LK's validation letter, and customized it for the original creditor rather than a collection agency. If you do a search using "validation" on this board and look for the first validation letter you will find it.