01-13-2013 10:46 AM
I have a Cap 1 C/O that is scheduled to fall off in June. Will it come off auto or will I have to dispute the tradeline? Is there any way I can get it off earlier? Lastly, since this is so old will I see an increase at all in my score?
01-13-2013 10:50 AM
Is it reporting incorrectly? What would be the reason for a dispute?
01-13-2013 10:52 AM
I was saying when June hits and its still on my report, could I dispute it to have it removed then?
01-13-2013 10:54 AM
The CRA is responsible for monitoring the reported DOFD on the OC account, and excluding the charge-off from your credit report no later than 7 years plus 180 days from the reported DOFD. You need nothing except monitor your report to ensure it happens. A dispute would not be appropriate, as the issue is not one of inaccuracy of reported information. To attempt earlier exclusion, you can try sending the OC a GW request.
If the charge-off remains in your CR after its required exclusion date, send a complaint to the CRA for their violation of FCRA 605(a)(4).
How much score increase you are likely to see depends upon whether you have any other remaining major derogs.
01-13-2013 11:03 AM
This is my only derog. I just figured since it was so old a score increase would be minimal.
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