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Late payments showing up from CC payments from CCCS - what to do now?

I went through Consumer Credit Counseling to pay off my credit cards. They're paid in full as of last June after beginning with CCCS in late 2003.

 

I just today got all 3 of my credit reports. All 3 agencies are showing that my 2 B of A CC's and my Chase card were paid 30-60 days late for the majority of months in 2006 and 2007.

 

WTH? I paid CCCS through automatic withdrawal from my checking account and never missed a payment or paid late.

 

What can I do to rectify this?

 

Thanks for your help.

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Re: Late payments showing up from CC payments from CCCS - what to do now?

I had a simlar problem with Wells Fargo in the beginning. I used Autopay, and that usually kicks in past due date. In my case, they fortunately charged me late fees, so I noticed this immediately. It was easy to convince them that I'm not responsible if they pay themselves late. I had to go through this twice, though, until everything worked fine.

 

I hope you can still do something about stuff that is 3 years old. I'm not sure whether I have statements that are that old.

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