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Re: ALL CHARGE OFFS ARE DROPPED FROM CREDIT REPORTS..

Lenders don't typically care what your employment history is as stated on your CR... They will request Proof of Income and employment verification if they need it.
 
CAs on the other hand may use information found in the section that contains work and residence information to advance their collection efforts.
 
Rob
 
Okay thanks! But what do you mean about the statement you made about judgments?
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Re: ALL CHARGE OFFS ARE DROPPED FROM CREDIT REPORTS..

I think what he's trying to say is that you should try to take care of the judgement, if there is anything you can do to take care of it, on your report now rather than wait till it falls of. 
 
Name, address, employer, to FICO those things are non-entities.  Doesn't matter what it says up there.

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