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devilbaby13413
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Re: Take the FICO Fitness Challenge!

I have a couple of bad things on my credit report that were suppose to be taken off some as long as six months ago. I was wondering what I should do to get them taken off my report.

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Schoolbuskid
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Re: Take the FICO Fitness Challenge!

Were they supposed to come due to the age of them? Or you had some agreement with the creditor? Need more info.

 

Also do you know the DOFD for the account and if they are past SOL.

 

 

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Re: Take the FICO Fitness Challenge!

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devilbaby13413 wrote:

I have a couple of bad things on my credit report that were suppose to be taken off some as long as six months ago. I was wondering what I should do to get them taken off my report.


 

What kind of bad things are they? Late payments, charge offs, collections, etc.? Did you have an agreement with a creditor that these negatives would be removed or were they supposed to be deleted because it was the end of the CRTP (Credit Reporting Time Period)?

 

ETA: Beaten to the punch by Schoolbuskid. I need to type faster.

 

 

 

From a BK years ago to:

9/09 EX pulled by lender 802
3/10 EQ- 800
4/10 TU -772

You can do the same thing with hard work

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Schoolbuskid
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Re: Take the FICO Fitness Challenge!

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yea i gotcha buddy, but its all good! :smileywink:

 

Also to the OP i might would change the subject of this thread, i dont see how it exactly relates to your question! Just a thought!


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