07-10-2007 07:22 AM
It is on my credit report. I live in pa for last 9 years. I tried to dispute it few times but it is not removed from my credit report. I sent 250 dollar check to Mercer Co registry address on my credit report. They returned the check and told me that it is for dmv surcharge. Then I received a letter from NJ Surcharge to 250 dollars in the mail. I dont want to have any state tax lien on my credit report. I did call the toll free number on Nj surcharge letter.They told me that they have no idea why do I owe them 250 dollars but I should pay that otherwise my license in PA would be suspended too. What dmv surcharge has to do with state tax lien. What should I do? I am planning to pay it anyway.
07-10-2007 07:29 AM
Here is my credit history. Any suggestions?
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