12-17-2007 08:16 AM - edited 12-17-2007 08:18 AM
There is an account that was supposed to be removed from my credit report in November 2007, but it is still showing. Can I dispute it and tell them that it should be removed from my credit report? Is it ok to have more than 5 disputes within a year? Also, I have disputed many other bad collection accounts that I had in my credit report. They were all removed. My credit score went from a 519 in October to 668 in December, and I am trying to get it higher. If I can get them to delete this account, I know that my score will go way higher.
12-17-2007 11:36 AM
gagouche wrote:Can I dispute it and tell them that it should be removed from my credit report?Is it ok to have more than 5 disputes within a year?
12-21-2007 12:16 AM
12-27-2007 01:03 PM - edited 12-27-2007 01:05 PM
12-31-2007 02:12 PM
01-01-2008 07:27 PM - last edited on 01-01-2008 07:32 PM by Timothy
01-01-2008 07:31 PM - last edited on 01-01-2008 07:33 PM by Timothy
This is very encouraging. I co-sign for my daughter a car and she got it repoed. My credit score were in 680 now it is 555. I am trying my darnest to get my score back up. If any one have any suggestions please contact me at [Removed]Thanks in advance.
01-02-2008 11:39 AM
01-03-2008 08:28 AM
LT76 wrote:I was wondering if you or anyonw could give me some tips on how to get those Providian accounts deleted. I have two old accounts that are killing my score.
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