The deletion is everything to your credit scores so below is how to potentially get it.MOST IMPORTANT: Never, ever pay a collection agency without getting a written promise to delete the account from your credit first.
Why?You don’t pay a Collection Agency without a written promise to delete first because after you pay your FICO credit scores will NOT go up a single FICO point as millions of Americans have found out the hard way.
In cases where the collection account is far older than your next oldest OPEN account paying the collector can drop your FICO scores by up to 60 points! This is because your “open account” history gets wiped out or nearly wiped out depending on your most recently opened account’s age.
Disputing this account will NOT solve your problem. Even if you get lucky and one Reporting Agency deletes then the Original Creditor is likely to give the account to another collector and then it is newly on three Bureau reports again pounding all of your FICO scores downward. Or the collector re-reports and there it is on all three again.
If you can’t get the deletion we will get proof of requested deletion at all Reporting Agencies or you don’t pay us! But you try first, just don’t pay without that written promise to delete.Steps to make to possible deletion agreement:
Always be polite with collectors, they keep notes on how you treat them. Simply ask, “If I pay or settle this account and you’re certain that my payment has cleared will you delete it from my credit reports?”
If “yes” just ask for the promise in writing! Make CERTAIN it is a promise to delete and not a promise to report the account as “paid” or “settled”.
When handling a debtor who asks for deletion collectors are taught to say something like, “We will report it as paid” as though that actually helps you. It does not help your credit scores. That is not a deletion promise and even if it were it is verbal and not written.
If deletion is refused then politely ask for a supervisor. Nicely explain the truth about why you need the deletion and that you simply cannot pay without a written deletion promise.
If deletion is still refused then escalate even higher if the supervisor will let you. Always climb as high as you can reach in the company. The higher you go in a company the more powers of decision the person has.
When you have gotten as high as you can get and deletion is still refused then you need me and only me.About EOS CCA: Attached to this blog are five deleted accounts I got with this firm.
Years ago I had trouble getting deletions at this firm, then I made friends with every manager of every office they had around the USA. And THEN they outsourced all their collection activities overseas. All my management contacts were gone. Next it took me a great many calls to get a deletion at Corporate. The following client after that I spent a great many more calls and worked my way up to Vice President who sounded like an incredibly uncertain man but he and the Compliance Department also refused deletion.
And finally as of right now I am using my third-most powerful tactic, one this company had never seen from me before. VERY few collectors refuse to delete when I use this tactic–but even if I don’t get the deletion on this tactic there are still the two tactics used on the very most difficult companies. FUN! Deletions x5 EOS CCA