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What can I do about a company not honoring an accord and satisfaction agreement
I made payment after the manger faxed me a letter agreeing to delete a account from my credit report I paid and now they won't delete it the head office said the manager has no right to make such agreements and it's still showing up as a charge off and the reported it as 60!days late and my score dropped 48 points

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If you have proof of this agreement in writing, get an attorney and go after this company.

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Do you have a copy of this agreement in writing?  If so, they have to honor it.  If not, I regret to say you have to pay as the head office directs.

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Yes I have a copy of the return fax

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File a complaint with Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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I have the fax he sent me where he signed after my agreeing I would pay the agreed amount and he would remove it in 30 days

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