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Is it ok to request a CLI for Amazon card when a collection account is in dispute?

I discovered a collection account on my credit reports. I filed a dispute because I don't know where it came from and don't think it's mine.

 

My Amazon store card cuts it's 4th statement tomorrow and I was planning to request a CLI because I've heard of great success after the 4th statement.

 

Should I go ahead and request with the dispute open? bad idea?

 

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Re: Is it ok to request a CLI for Amazon card when a collection account is in dispute?

IMHO 

I would wait until you clear it up

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Re: Is it ok to request a CLI for Amazon card when a collection account is in dispute?


myjourney wrote:

IMHO 

I would wait until you clear it up


ditto

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Re: Is it ok to request a CLI for Amazon card when a collection account is in dispute?

Gonna agree, I'd wait on it.



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Re: Is it ok to request a CLI for Amazon card when a collection account is in dispute?

I know of you make a dispute that tradeline gets hidden from your cr. And its mark as disputed. It will not count as bad or good til it get resolve. Ive done it
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Re: Is it ok to request a CLI for Amazon card when a collection account is in dispute?


Siobhanmairead wrote:

I discovered a collection account on my credit reports. I filed a dispute because I don't know where it came from and don't think it's mine.

 

My Amazon store card cuts it's 4th statement tomorrow and I was planning to request a CLI because I've heard of great success after the 4th statement.

 

Should I go ahead and request with the dispute open? bad idea?

 

Thank you!


Personally, I would wait until it is cleared up.

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Re: Is it ok to request a CLI for Amazon card when a collection account is in dispute?

They gave me a CLI to $10k with two unpaid collections on my report. 

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