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Items listed twice?

 I was looking at my wife's report and she has several of the same accounts being reported twice.  These are on her good standing accounts sections, and most were refinances.  My question is should I dispute these or leave well enough alone?
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Re: Items listed twice?

What type of accounts? Are the balances and account numbers the same?
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Re: Items listed twice?

Well, what it looks like is the company refinanced every month.  The balances go down 15-30 dollars each month.  I don't know what they did it looks kinda wierd.
 
First Bank and Trust/SD
01/02 $180
account refinanaced
01/02 $165
account refinanced
02/02 $144
account refinanced
2/02 $120
paid closed/never late
 
There are three more different accounts like this, same company, and it looks to me it was some kind of payment plan?  It looks like they refinanced after each payment?  Does that make any sense?
thanks dP
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Re: Items listed twice?

What kind of debt is this?
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Re: Items listed twice?

I believe it is a credit card.
dP
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Re: Items listed twice?

bump!
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Re: Items listed twice?

BUMP!!
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Re: Items listed twice?



deadpools wrote:
 I was looking at my wife's report and she has several of the same accounts being reported twice.  These are on her good standing accounts sections, and most were refinances.  My question is should I dispute these or leave well enough alone?


Are they in any way reported as adverse?
 
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Re: Items listed twice?

No, they are under postive accounts!
dP
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Re: Items listed twice?

 I have 2 Cap1 cc different account numbers but what is crazy is in 03 it was charged off and then it shows another one in 05 with a lot of late pays and then closed.  That was during my divorce and I dont remember having that cc im thinking that my ex-wife signed my name. I would like to dispute as not mine but im afraid that would cause a lot of grief for her. not sure what to do

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