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Aging Question

I have one collection from 2003 that was a medical bill at a local hospital that got sent to Financial Recoveries CA. The "date reported" shows as 2005 on all my reports even though I paid in 2003. Does the aging start from 2003 or 2005? And should I GW the hospital or the CA?

THanks for your input?

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Judy
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Re: Aging Question

The SOL starts from the date of first delinquent (DOFD). The date reported is when they last reported and the date paid is the date you paid it.
9/18/08 TU=707 EQ=706 EX=702

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