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Late payment showing after discharge

After cleaning up my Experian every account shows IIB $0 Balance, but has a fresh derogatory mark or late for March 2013. I filed Nov 2012 discharged March 2013. Can this be reported as a late payment?

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Re: Late payment showing after discharge

Does it actually show 30, 60, 90 or CO for the March date?
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Re: Late payment showing after discharge

My Chapter 13 discharged April 2012 and my credit card iib reported me derogatory as of that date, and it had been 5 years.

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