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06-25-2007 10:19 PM
motoracer wrote:they will remove the default but I have heard in here that the "lates" will not be removed
06-25-2007 10:41 PM
Anything can be deleted from your CRs but a default SL is HIGHLY unlikely. Even if paid, I have never heard of a GW being effective.
bluerory wrote:I defaulted on my student loan. Currently my credit score is 484. If I go through the rehabilitation program, it seems like they will take it off my credit report. Anyone had this happen? I am going through Texas Guaranteed. Any idea how many points my score should go up?
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