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Judgement question

I have a judgement that has been showing on TU. Over the weekend is suddenly appeared on my EX report, of course hurting my score some.

Is this a common occurance. I thought that once it was reported, it was reported to all of the agencys they would report to.

Do I now have to worry about this showing up on my EQ at some random point in the future, killing the minor improvements I have made?
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Re: Judgement question

The CRAs have nothing to do with one another. Some are slower than others to report. Since it is a judgement,I would feel confident that it will popup on EQ as well.
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Re: Judgement question



Tuscani wrote:
The CRAs have nothing to do with one another. Some are slower than others to report. Since it is a judgement,I would feel confident that it will popup on EQ as well.



So much for that 12 point jump I just got, I guess at some point this will be going away.
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Re: Judgement question

Heres a link you can use to get more information on the judgment.   http://www.netronline.com
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