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settlement letter to great plains lending



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Sub: settlement letter to great plains lending
Fri, 10/08/2012 04:35

I sent a settlement letter to great plains 2 day ago ...I follow Ohiogal letter sample ....I have not heard a thing from them...is this normal....I stoped paying this loan 6 days ago....I have not heard a work from the collection dept...also does Great Plains use an outside collection company...I only owe $245 on the principal and offer then that.....

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Sub: #1 I have the same problem with Great Plains....my question is doesFri, 08/10/2012 - 04:35



I have the same problem with Great Plains....my question is does these letters really work??? and just paying the principal...you would think that Great Plains would be out of business by now..... I am so confused....


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Sub: #2 Give then awhile...you should receive some BS letter about them Fri, 08/10/2012 - 04:27



Give then awhile...you should receive some BS letter about them being sovereign and you agreed to the terms. Ignore their garbage....they are just trying to confuse you.

If they send it to collections, cease and desist the agency. Inform them they are collecting on loan that is void and illegal.

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