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I have a few loans with them which I am working out a strategy how to deal with them.


My concern is that we want to apply for a mortgage in the near future (after I get rid of the “invalid” DN’s on my credit file). Do they send DN’s and if so, are they valid ones?


I believe that getting rid of valid DN’s is much harder than the invalid ones and it is better to try to prevent them. Anyone has experience with DN’s from Provident. If they issue DN’s at all and if they are valid, then I want to try to “smooth talk” them until I have my strategy sorted. If their DN’s are of no concern then I will alter my strategy.


Advice and info will be greatly appreciated!

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