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EX shows dismissed

Good morning,
 
How can a judgment change from satisfied to dismissed?  And what does that mean dismissed?
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Re: EX shows dismissed

Dismissed usually means the case did not go before a judge to render a decision. If the item is showing dismissed dispute it to have it removed.
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Re: EX shows dismissed

Wow.. That's some good news...
 
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Re: EX shows dismissed

I just saw that it was dismissed on EQ also, but how do it dispute it?  EQ description of dismissed says that ( I am still held responsible for balances owed on the accounts included in the bankruptcy), however, mine were discharged and this would not be the correct wording.
 
What do I do?
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Dispute it as being included in Bankrupcy and item needs to be deleted from the CR. When you dispute it with EX choose other and type out the explaination
 
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Thank you!! I will do that today.
 
 
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