Posts: 14
Registered: ‎02-22-2008

Can you have a piggy-back removed if it has gone bad?

I have a piggy-back, with a friend who I thought was a solid credit scorer.  But things have changed and her account went into collections.  Now it shows as a collection on my reports.  Can I have this removed from my CR, or am I stuck with this baddy even-though it is not mine?  It shows on only two of my three reports.  Now with the new rules will it just go away or do I have to have it removed?  Please help
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Posts: 3,453
Registered: ‎11-30-2007

Re: Can you have a piggy-back removed if it has gone bad?

If you're speaking of an AU, then write the CRA and report as not yours.  I had one of DH';s closed that way.  Quick and Easy (usually) :smileyvery-happy:
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Posts: 649
Registered: ‎11-02-2007

Re: Can you have a piggy-back removed if it has gone bad?

I just did this and it took all of a week for responses.
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