how to I get a copy of a bill from 2006
I need to know when a labtop was bought through dell preferred acounts
Most companies must retain this sort of document for 6 years minimum by law especially in the UK. I would contact the relevant company that the said bill ascertains to and request a copy, they may have a service charge ranging from $2 to $10 for this service. I think but am not 100% on this but it is called a Subject access request. Hope this helps you.
i'd check my credit report. it'll have a list of all negative marks & acct history/status of accts. it'll also have creditor contact info
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