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I am attempting to settle a debt. Q: How do I wish to have

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I am attempting to settle a debt.
Q: How do I wish to have my credit report read?
Q: Can I demand/instruct the debt collector to put that in the settlement agreement?
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Upon negotiating acceptable terms, get in writing that the collector will report to the credit bureaus that the account is "paid satisfied." And yes you can demand this as part of the settlement terms.
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Thanks. That is short and sweet.


in your letter write:

In consideration of payment of ______, you agree to report my debt as "paid satisfied."
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Thank you!

You are welcome.

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