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Homecoming Financial refuses to budge!

I filed Bk in 2004. The mortgage for the house that my ex-husband and I owned was with Mortgage Lenders Network. I gave all rites to the house including quit claim deed to my ex-husband in the divorce. In exchange he took resposibility for all bills including the mortgage and I was not to be held liable for payment. I then filed the loan in my BK, just to cover my bases. In 2005 MLN started filing the loan as included in BK on my credit. MLN sold out to Homecoming Financial in 2007. Homecoming started filing the loan that I filed BK on in 2004 as a current loan on my credit report. When I contacted CSC credit  to change this information in my Equifax credit file,they verified that it was my loan and NOT filed on BK. How is this possible. This can't be legal! Who are they"verifying" with???? What do I have to do to get this taken care of!!!!!!
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