Harvard Collection Services was attempting to collect $49 from our client Cody regarding an inaccurate medical collection listed on his credit report. This account was not that old and was added to his credit file in April 2014. After speaking with Cody, we realized that this account was added to his credit file in error. He was completely unaware of what and/or why this account was on his credit report. Here is a snapshot of how the account was reporting on his Experian credit report.
After sending a debt validation request via certified mail directly to Harvard Collection Services’ mailing address of 4839 N Elston Ave, Chicago, IL 60630 we received the confirmation below clearly stating that they have deleted this inaccurate medical collection account from his credit reports.
If your credit report also reflects inaccurate collection accounts with Harvard Collection Services, I encourage you to contact us. There's a high probability we will be able to assist you with the removal of these items, in addition to other inaccurate and/or unverifiable information on your credit report.
Call us directly at 214-207-1907. Alternatively, you may submit your information via our contact form and we will reach out to you to schedule a consultation.
If Harvard Collection Services is the ONLY negative account you have on your credit file, most likely you will not be a good candidate for our program. We cannot guarantee the removal of any particular item from your credit file; however, the same amount of time, work and costs must go into the attempts of removing accounts. We strive for good reviews from our clients. We do not want unsatisfied clients, and in by enrolling a client with one negative trade line into our program, it leaves room for disappointment. Thanks for reading!