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The article referenced 31 states. I'm in CA so I wonder if that's why I was unsuccessful in having the paid tax lien removed. 😕

I believe the National Consumer Assistance Plan applies Nationwide.

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I called TU just now and she had no idea what i was talking about...She said she can only dispute it...

It is however gone from EX and EQ. but they've been deleted from them for awhile. TU would never delete it. 


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I called TU and she had no idea what i was talking about...She said she can only dispute it...


It seems none of the CRA agents no anything about the new guidlines yet. #Typical

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Harley14 wrote:

I called TU and she had no idea what i was talking about...She said she can only dispute it...


It seems none of the CRA agents no anything about the new guidlines yet. #Typical


So is there anything I can send in with a disoute saying these are now the guidlines? Im not sure an article from yahoo would work, because we all know that everything you read on the internet is true lol


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Im guessing this is the HR5282 Bill that looks like its been stalled since july of last year?...It was introduced last year in May and doesnt seem to have made much headway. 


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The NCAP was created in 2015, but the plan is set to be phased in over 3 years - while certain folks have had success using these provisions to remove negative history now, the actual requirement to do so will not become effective until approximately Q2 2017, per the original Yahoo article.






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FYI I just pulled a fresh EX report and my fico 8 score did not change with removal of the tax liens. My fico 2 did go up 5 points but not sure if that's related to the liens removal. Now playing the waiting game with TU and EQ.
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Harley14 wrote:

Im guessing this is the HR5282 Bill that looks like its been stalled since july of last year?...It was introduced last year in May and doesnt seem to have made much headway. 


HR5282 has nothing to do with the National Consumer Assistance Program.

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The NCAP was created in 2015, but the plan is set to be phased in over 3 years - while certain folks have had success using these provisions to remove negative history now, the actual requirement to do so will not become effective until approximately Q2 2017, per the original Yahoo article.


Your right. They are still in the implementation process and CRA are radomly deleting some of the tax lien and public records.

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Harley14 wrote:

sjt wrote:

Harley14 wrote:

I called TU and she had no idea what i was talking about...She said she can only dispute it...


It seems none of the CRA agents no anything about the new guidlines yet. #Typical


So is there anything I can send in with a disoute saying these are now the guidlines? Im not sure an article from yahoo would work, because we all know that everything you read on the internet is true lol


I would state that the entries do not fall within the guidlines of the National Consumer Assistance Plan.

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