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credit dropped, What's NCO FIN/o2?
there is a $65 went to collection and it is from NCO FIN/02, what is it from? i have only one credit card in collection and i already started paying it today?

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what is NCO FIN/55

I dont owe any outstanding debt how can i get this off my credit

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NCO FIN/55

i dont know what this is about but til now i have not had a credit card so how do i find out who this is that i owe?

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NCO Fin. Bad collector!!!

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If you know what debt you owe on, contact the original creditor and arrange to make regular payments to that one to pay off the card.  NCO FIN is one of those debt collectors that violate the law left and right!!  Don't even answer them or contact them, but make sure your account goes to the original creditor if possible.

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