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Is this PAID IN FULL?

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ClaytonC01
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Is this PAID IN FULL?

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Is this a good proof of payment to provide to Verizon?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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somegirl
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I can't speak for Verizon, you'll have to ask them.

 

Just a gues though, since thre's no indication of a date on that screenshot, I'd imagine it's not sufficient.

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Probably not.  You'd need to show proof that it cleared your checking account or it that it was paid via credit card.  That is only a computer generated message showing it was paid somehow.  Payment could have been rejected by your bank or credit card. 

ClaytonC01
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Here's the situation... the account was closed June 2011, the printout actually has a date on the corner, its on 2/08/2012.  It was a one-bill account and they payment went through, with it being so long ago, I can't just get my bank statement(can only go back 6 months online) and i dont have time to be dealing with Verizon and their MAJOR issue with their One-Bill system.  Anyone ever have any luck fixing something like this?

ClaytonC01
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I just spoke with my bank and they can only provide statements back to AUG 11.  The account was paid in full in June.

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@ClaytonC01 wrote:

I just spoke with my bank and they can only provide statements back to AUG 11.  The account was paid in full in June.


Your bank can't provide records from a year ago? Online statements being limited is one thing, but if your BANK isn't keeping your records for even a year, then you need a new bank.

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You defiently need to switch banks. Most banks keep records for a minimum of 3 years, but a lot keep them for 7. A bank that only keeps them for a year is scary and bad business.

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