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duh

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Dynamic Recovery Solutions LLC
« on: August 21, 2013 09:15:24 PM »
I had posted the following information as a reply to my thread located
at http://www.debtorboards.com/index.php?topic=24351.0...

Because this really does not have anything to do with that subject matter it was suggested I post a new thread...

I just got hard copies of my annual credit reports. ( 2 of the 3 as TransUnion is making me pay for one and I need to call them.)

On the Equifax Report is a page I have never seen before on any of my reports.

Before any of the listings of bad or good accounts is a page with a section titled

 Collection Agency Information (This section includes accounts that credit grantors have placed 'for collection with a collection agency,) :

Dynamic Recovery Solutions LLC; Collection Reported 04/2013;

Assigned 04/2013;   Creditor Class - Financial;
 Client - Heritage Chase;
Amount - $4,8XX ; Status as of 04/2013 - Unpaid;
Date of 1 st Delinquency 02/2009;
 Balance as of 04/2013 - $7,329 ; Individual Account;
 Account # - XXXXX;
 Address: 135 Interstate Blvd Unit 6 Greenville SC 29615-5720 :
(877)252-9614

Dynamic Recovery Solutions LLC; Collection Reported 04/2013;

Assigned 04/2013; Creditor Class- Financial;
 Client- Heritage Chase; Amount- $5,4XX ; Status as of 04/2013 - Unpaid;
Date of 1st Delinquency 03/2009;
Balance as of 04/2013- $8,1XX ; Individual Account; Account #- XXXXXX; Address: 135 Interstate Blvd Unite Greenville SC 29615-5720 :
(877)252-9614

Dynamic Recovery Solutions LLC; Collection Reported 04/2013;

 Assigned 04/2013; Creditor Class- Financial;
 Client- American Express; Amount- $29,### ;
Status as of 04/2013 - Unpaid;
 Date of 1st Delinquency 12/2008;
 Balance as of 04/2013 - $43,### ; Individual Account;
 Account # - XXXXX;
 Address: 135 Interstate Blvd Unite Greenville SC
29615-5720 : (877) 252-9614

WOW... just listing these and seeing how much they have grown since they were sold to the JDB makes my heart all aflutter thinking these folks would actually
believe I would be in the position to pay such an amount on these alleged account(s).
Not quite doubled since my last settlement offer in early 12.
:vbrofl:

In any event.

The first thing wrong on these these is who they list as client.

These three alleged accounts...
were sold , allegedly, by the respective OCs back in 2009 to P@lis@des C@llecti@n aka @$$t@ Fun_ing.

I had received settlement notices up until the summer of 2012 on a montly or quarterly basis from the JDB.

The JDB had actually sent me something way back when, about their being
the new owner. The JDB also did their obligatory calls and then switched over to
their aka and called last year.

The JDB also validated/verified based on the FDCPA acceptible validation/verification. I re-disputed these as  there was no way I could identify or agree with what they sent to me and elected arbitration for any disputes on these.

Now, fast forward to 8-2013 and  the JDB is no longer mentioned on
either of the 2 reports received.

The JDB had  been reporting these on all three of the reporting agencies
until this year. Now, poof,  they are gone.

The second thing wrong with these their statement Date of first delinquency.

All are incorrect. The dates posted for first delinquency are actually the dates of last payment.

The third thing that is inconsistent with these reportings is that Experian, as well as Equifax, shows the 2 Chase account with a zero balance . The third one has been dropped from all reports for a number of years now.

The Experian report states sold to @$$t@.

So, boys and girls.

How can I challenge these without claiming these debts or bringing them back into a new statute of limitations run?
I am not an attorney. My posts about my experiences are for entertainment and  possibly educational purposes only.

If you need legal help, you should seek legal counsel.

 

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