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Game of Chess with First premier bank.?????



Sub: Game of Chess with First premier bank.?????
Mon, 02/11/2009 12:33

in an effort to start clearing my credit report up, i sent out some settlement letters. 1 went to First Premier for a credit cards i had. I requested a pay to delete agreement but they came back and offered a "paid in full/chargeoff".... i really want to pay this debt but i also want it either removed completely from my report or at the least the charge off part removed....how can i make this happen???? this really feels like a dang on chess game and i need help with my next move....

any help is greatly appreciated



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Sub: #1 it sure does stink since thank goodness i only have 2 chargeoffsMon, 11/02/2009 - 12:33



it sure does stink since thank goodness i only have 2 chargeoffs the rest are in collections but imma start paying them before they charge me off as well. Thanks so much! this forum is really helpful.


Sub: #2 stinks but for most cases you will be stuck with that till it coMon, 11/02/2009 - 10:51



stinks but for most cases you will be stuck with that till it comes off on its own.

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Sub: #3 Oh ok, that makes sense. I just don't want "chargeoff" on my repMon, 11/02/2009 - 09:41



Oh ok, that makes sense. I just don't want "chargeoff" on my report.... Thanks for making light of that soaplady:)


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Sub: #4 You are really no longer a customer once you charge off so thereSat, 10/31/2009 - 14:42



You are really no longer a customer once you charge off so there really is no reason for them to give you what you want....some by policy alone do not do paid for deletes.

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