07-05-2007 12:11 PM - edited 07-05-2007 12:11 PM
07-06-2007 06:25 AM
07-06-2007 06:38 AM
Neblett wrote:I just received an email from the woman at CSC Credit Services who is handling my disputes personally - yes, you heard that right!She suggests that we should remove all of the student loan accounts that have just closed as part of my consolidation, from the lender who ultimately consolidated them all into one loan. That would mean erasing 19 accounts that have always reported positively (even though they've been in deferral, not actually being paid on), some for over 12 years.Pros? Cons?Should I do this? Will it make any difference?
Message Edited by Neblett on 07-05-2007 02:11 PM
07-07-2007 02:32 PM - edited 07-07-2007 02:35 PM
Neblett wrote:FYI, everybody...My BEEG student loan consolidation applied to my Experian account, and the result?A 13 point BOOST!Who'd a-thunk?
07-12-2007 09:59 PM
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