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Collections disappearing for no reason on TU?

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Should I be worried?  I have had 2 collections disappear off of TU in the last 2 weeks, but occurred and were reported just within the last 4 years.  These collections were in fact legit, but only reported on TU.  Should I worry that these will reappear sometime soon???  Ironically I just wrote a PFD on the one that disappeared today and mailed it yesterday...ugh...I probably unknowingly shot myself in the foot.  It was the only unpaid item on any of my CRs.
 
I have only been watching my reports since Feb.  Is it common for things to drop and reappear???


Message Edited by LEBR4113 on 07-03-2007 11:54 AM
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Re: Collections disappearing for no reason on TU?

It can happen (consider yourself lucky)... Hopefully the TLs were not updating monthly.
 
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