| By Greg Fisher
FROM: Janice McDill [News Corporation]
DATE: Sun, Jun 26, 2016 at 3:08 PM
SUBJECT: Follow up from Friday
In response to your compliant[SIC] that someone provided your phone and email address to Move.com we immediately sent out Do Not Contact emails and followed those up with calls to each of the movers who received your information.
Per our corporate policy, in order for us to provide you with the IP address, we must receive written communication from a law enforcement agency.
Janice McDill | Vice President, Corporate Communications
Move, Inc. | realtor.com®
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FROM: Greg Fisher, email@example.com
TO: Janice McDill, News Corporation
DATE: Tue, Jun 28, 2016 at 9:07 AM
SUBJECT: Re: Follow up from Friday, #0807c
See this message and your response at http://www.creditscoring.com/interaction/2016/06/28-rupert-murdoch.html.
Reply to this message today.
If written communication from the police is your "corporate" policy (do you have other policies?), then change it.
I told you to reply and you did not. So, now, I will punish you. If think that is comical, read on.
Your website states, outrageously
Ask for Forgiveness
Under the FICO model, bill payment history accounts for 35% of your credit score. Even one late payment is enough to drag down your scores, but you may be able get the black mark removed simply by asking your creditor. Known as a "goodwill deletion," the creditor may be willing to remove the late payment information if you have an otherwise spotless history with the company. However, creditors aren’t usually willing to do this if you have a history of late payments.
That is false.
It is also preposterous. A person reading that would walk away wondering how the lending industry in the United States got to be such despicable, un-American liars. Previously, we talked, and then a realtor.com editor called. I explained how outrageous--indeed, ridiculous--and dangerous that notion is.
However, you have made no change. I contacted realtor.com about that two years ago. What is wrong? Are you trying to usurp my consumer reporting system?
Today, either come up with the names of two creditors who will tell such lies to the credit bureaus, or make a correction with acknowledgement of the error on the original story page. I demand it. #lyinglenders
You misspelled complaint. Probably, your spellchecker didn't notice that because you spelled the word compliant correctly, revealing the deep levels of unawareness and lack of control within your organization, News Corporation. After the request made in my name, made illegally to harass me, what did you do to confirm its authenticity? Did you send a text message asking for confirmation? Did you send an email? Did you do anything?
Obviously, you are known as dupes by people such as my cowardly antagonist. Make sure that Rupert Murdoch gets this message.