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mberry117 wrote:What is an SOL and GW?
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Hi, M here, slowly rebuilding back to "prime". Went from 560 10/07 to 619 in 03/08! Next stop +700!!!
Have a few questions for you all though,
From review of credit reports, what year/date is 7-year aging rule applied to?
I have several negative accounts/collections that have been paid from 2002-2005. I am curious when they will no longer be reported. Some items indicate status details such as "This account is scheduled to continue on record until Dec 2008) but others do not.
Also, I recently paid off credit cards that were delinquent from 2001. The dates opened are 05/2001 and 09/2001; however, the last reported dates are 10/2007 and 02/2008. By paying the debts did I inadvertently "reage" the?
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