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Complaint Review: ANFI, Anderson Financial Network
ANFI, Anderson Financial Network404 Brock Dr Bloomington, Illinois U.S.A.
ANFI, Anderson Financial Network Collection company posted 12 year old debt on my credit report as new Bloomington Illinois
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I was shocked to see an old debt, which I had disputed over 12 years ago, return as a new negative. The debt, $685, is supposedly for Aerial Communications Cellular Service.
I have not had an account with Aerial since 1997.
Aerial Communications was acquired by VoiveStream Wireless on September 20, 1999. T-Mobile then acquired VoiceStream Wireless.
How could a debt that is over 12 years old with Aerial reamerge as new?
I am having no luck getting answers from this collection company. Equifax, the credit report I pulled to review, notes in the negative accounts section that accounts not paid may remain on file for 7 years. This is obviously not the case. I guess bogus collection companies like AFNI can make old debts live forever.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/23/2009 02:19 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/ANFI-Anderson-Financial-Network/Bloomington-Illinois-61702/ANFI-Anderson-Financial-Network-Collection-company-posted-12-year-old-debt-on-my-credit-r-427332. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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