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charge off account

i have a charge off account with a balance of 93.00.  can i still pay the creditor and if so will it
increase my credit score?  my credit jumped 40 points when the listed the highcredit, where as before it was unknown.
    
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Charge off account



bigbucks wrote:
i have a charge off account with a balance of 93.00. can i still pay the creditor and if so will it
increase my credit score? my credit jumped 40 points when the listed the highcredit, where as before it was unknown.



If you pay the Charge off, the credit bureau lists it as paid after charge off, it looks better to lenders however it is not removed from your credit report until the given date. You should google it...
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