Today I attempted to apply for credit to purchase an RV, I was informed my credit report indicated a derogatory account with Verizon. I had left Verizon some time ago and when I attempted to return to Verizon FIOS I was told there was an outstanding balance on my account and I could not have Verizon without satisfying this dispute. We settled the dispute and Verizon let me sign up.
Apparently, Verizon has not informed the credit agencies that the dispute was settled in 2012. Please inform these agencies that we do not have a dispute and all Previous disputes have been settled tour mutual satisfaction.
sorry to hear that but if I am not wrong then you have to send letter to those agency's to dispute and they will contact V to review ....if anyone know more on that please share
I have a similar crisis. I am a current customer and have faithfully paid my bill, in fact, I am due to upgrade my plan with a new phone. I am not currently under contract and will make a decision whether to remain with Verizon until I see how this is handled.
I am applying for a mortgage and just learned that I have a single derogatory item on my credit report from Verizon. Can you help me? My bill was legit. i do not dispute the legitimacy of the report, however it is the only thing separating me from the lowest interest rate i would otherwise qualify for.
I sent my son away to college (in I think 2010) with an iPad and a Verizon hot spot. I made the mistake of having the billing sent to him directly and was unaware that he, not only never paid it, but also regularly exceeded the allotted usage that sent overages into the stratosphere. I was not aware of any of this until the bill service was cut off, the and the file was sent to collections. My dear son finally accepted one of the collection calls and gave the collections company my number, and I paid the bill in 2012.
This is not due to come off my report for another 2 years. The bill is legit. Can anyone help me at all?
No one on here can help you. You will likely need to work with an attorney that specializes in credit repair and credit agencies.
That's all I needed. thank you