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Registered: ‎08-20-2007


I've read the threads on chargeoffs but I am still confused.  I have 2 charge offs:
Charge offs:
(1) Experian. reports  - Charge off /Date of Status 5/02 - last reported 8/07 - Also lists a recent balance.  Status details - scheduled to continue on recored till 12/07 - Does this mean it will fall off credit report sometime around Dec 07?
Equifax reports (same charge off) - Charge off/Dated reported 07/07- date of last payment 10/2000 - Equifax does not state when it will fall off your credit report?  Is that correct?
Charge off 2
Only listing on Equifax - Charge off/Dated Reported 10/03 - date of last payment 2/2001 Also lists a recent balance.
I'm a bit confused about when these will fall off the credit reports.
Been lurking around awhile - some great info here thanks all.
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