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Subject:  Re: Fraud on Credit Report Date:  11/15/2007  12:51 PM
Author:  ajfalk1spac Number:  264031 of 312188

It's obvious that once you have an attorney send a 'tactical' letter to immediately remove the fraudulent error on your pristine credit action will be taken.

An attorney with credit and collections experience will only charge a small fee for this letter. It will probably end there with an apology.

It's a shame but they only listen to Bulldogs and Sharks!
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