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Can you have a judgement removed as soon as it is paid off?

I recently paid off a judgement in June, and I am wondering if I show a zero balance to the Bureau's, can they/will they remove it from my CR, or does it remain on there for the 7 Years, regardless if paid?

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Re: Can you have a judgement removed as soon as it is paid off?


mhoppz wrote:

I recently paid off a judgement in June, and I am wondering if I show a zero balance to the Bureau's, can they/will they remove it from my CR, or does it remain on there for the 7 Years, regardless if paid?


The judgment would probably have to be vacated in order for it to be removed from your reports.    Paying a judgement doesn't result in it being taken off your reports.

 


 

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