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i see a personal loan in my name that i never took out. what do i do?
Lvnv funding? Never heard of it. My only debt is one credit card that shows up

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Well a quick google of "Lvnv funding" comes back with the following and lots of other links.

http://lvnvfunding.com/

http://www.lvnvfunding.net/

looks like they buy up old debt.

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Well a quick google of "Lvnv funding" comes back with the following and lots of other links.

http://lvnvfunding.com/

http://www.lvnvfunding.net/

looks like they buy up old debt.

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okay so they bought out all my old debt how do i pull them out of collections? i really need to fix my credit. and where do i begin?

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