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guiness56
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Re: Goodwill letter to Vacate a Judgement worked!!

If your state does not allow for vacating a satisfied judgment in their statutes, I suggest writing a GW letter to the courts.

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newmomnewme
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Re: Goodwill letter to Vacate a Judgement worked!!

UPDATE- I filed the motion to vacate 11/5...went to court 11/15. Sent court docs to CRAs 11/19...Judgment gone from TU! Just waiting for EQ now....Yay!!!



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alvon123
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Re: Goodwill letter to Vacate a Judgement worked!!

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great job!!!

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InNeedOfGreatCredit
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Re: Goodwill letter to Vacate a Judgement worked!!

I know this is an old subject but I'm hoping someone will read it.  I do have a satisfied judgement I'm trying to get off my credit report.  I did call the court and was told that they have never done a vacating of a satisfied judgement and that I should probably contact an attourney. Before she told me this she told me, "Well I think the credit bureas would just need to see that it's paid to take it off."  HaHa.  If it were that easy I wouldn't be calling her.  I told her that no, they do have it as satisfied but I want it completely off.  She of course still assumed that all they need is a paper stating it is "satisfied" to take it off.  Do I need to contact a lawyer?  Should I try the creditor who filed it?  I've heard of GW letters to the court, but what would I say? Basically the court says I just need "a paper that says it's satisfied to take it off" and the CB obviously needs something else but what? Do you think a GW letter to the court then would help?  Has anyone tried this and had any luck?  I'm sorry, I'm new and I hope I'm doing this right. Thank you.


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