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Registered: ‎11-29-2011
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Re: 9 negative items removed in 2 months!!!

I don't know much about judgments but I doubt you can get it taken off when it's not satisfied. I know you can't request a GW deletion for an account that remains unpaid. I made the same mistake just paying collections thinking that will make it go away! And I noticed on my TU and Equifax report there was a collection account that still hadn't changed the status to "paid." So I had to get that fixed. It's a mess!

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Registered: ‎12-06-2011
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Re: 9 negative items removed in 2 months!!!

 

Yep, I haven't satisifed it yet but I DO plan on paying it sometime before the end of this year, I just want to know that once I do, I'll have the chance to have it removed from my report and make it look as if it never happened!


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