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- May 14, 2011 at 8:08 am #211293AnonymousInactive
…unenforceable credit card agreements? they are a company that deal on a no win no fee basis to ‘write off’ unenforceable credit card agreements. Has anyone had any dealings with them?
- June 24, 2011 at 8:14 pm #329353AnonymousInactive
insurance company provide insurance on the present status only and every company has deffernt plan and term&condition please search carefully and select best for you
- June 24, 2011 at 8:23 pm #329354AnonymousInactive
Yes, insurance companies report losses to the Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange.
If the policy and the claim, and the maling/location address, were all in the name of the corporation, with a seperate corporate tax id number, then the corporate claim will not follow you, personally, unless you’re using the same mailing or location address.
If one of those – the policy, the business name, the location or mailing address – was in your personal name, then it CAN.
When a company pulls a clue report, they look at claims entered by name, by location address, and by mailing address. Or for autos, also including the vin and plate number.
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