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Sallie Mae school loan

I applied for a Sallie Mae loan back in 2002 or 2003 at Robert Morris College.I dropped out of school within a couple of weeks, therefore never taking out the loan to pay for school.The three credit reporting agencies are reporting unrated or included in bankruptcy. What does this mean, is it affecting my credit,and how can I resolve this problem?
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Re: Sallie Mae school loan

As long as there were no disbursements from Sallie Mae then you should be safe.  Have you ever received any mail from Sallie Mae or anything relating to the loan?  If not.....
 
Dispute as "not mine"
 
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Re: Sallie Mae school loan

No I have not received anything from them, so I will dispute as not mine. Thanks!
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