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Do NOT fall for this trap. Note that if a credit bureau receives a letter other than from you, it is not read because of privacy issues. And even when you have given authority to an attorney to write on your behalf, it does little if any. So I would suggest that you look on the web for sample letters to collection agencies and credit bureaus as there is information out there. Finally, remember that credit scores improve over time. And it is your creditors that report payments are good paying history to the credit bureaus. So you are best advised to contact your creditors to work out settlement solutions. I wish you well.
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