01-04-2013 10:26 AM
This account was paid in full back in 6/2012 however the status remains "Pays 61-90 days"
Is this correct? I thought that the status would changed to Closed/ Paid.
Is there anything else you might find that is reporting incorrectly?
12-09-2012 07:08 AM - edited 12-09-2012 07:18 AM
|Account Number:||xxxxxxxxxx||Status:||PAYS 61-90 DAYS|
|Account Owner:||Individual Account.||High Credit:||$151,905|
|Type of Account :||Mortgage||Credit Limit:|
|Term Duration:||30 Years||Terms Frequency:||Monthly (due every month)|
|Date Reported:||09/25/2012||Amount Past Due:|
|Date of Last Payment:||05/2012||Actual Payment Amount:||$155,419|
|Scheduled Payment Amount:||$1,047||Date of Last Activity:||N/A|
|Date Major Delinquency First Reported:||Months Reviewed:||68|
|Creditor Classification:||Activity Designator:||N/A|
|Charge Off Amount:||Deferred Payment Start Date:|
|Balloon Payment Amount:||Balloon Payment Date:|
|Date Closed:||08/2012||Type of Loan:||Conventional RE Mortgage|
|Date of First Delinquency:||07/2012|
AHMSI Account: Mortgage paid off in June 2012
01-04-2013 11:36 AM
I would say that it is accurate assuming you had up to a 90 day late reporting somewhere within the 7-yr. payment history. Once the lates are removed, it should report as paid as agreed or similar.
01-04-2013 12:30 PM
Current status is just a snapshot of the last reported account status.
While an account is delinquent, current status will reflect the current level of delinquency.
However, once paid, current status flips to payment status, whiich is currently reporting $0. That looks corrrect.
Current status is but a part of what is in your file. Each prior delinquency is still retained under its indivicual reporting code, and the highest level of account delinquency prior to its current snapshot status of paid is retained under a code called the Payment Rating.
Thus, it is not improper for an account with a current status of paid, closed, $0 balance to continue to report prior delinquencies and the highest level of delinquency prior to being satisfied.
The account does not show any charge-off or collection, so DOFD is not relevant. However, what is relevant is the date of each prior delinquency, That determines the runnning of the 7 year period on each delinquency, which tells you when the delinqency will be excluded from your CR. Apparently, it had a reported 90-late.
When did that occur?
01-04-2013 06:31 PM
Unfortunately it is reporting correctly. The lates would be included in the monthly payment history which isn't available on this report. They will age off 7 years from their dates respectively and it will turn to a positive account. Since it includes 90 day lates, which are major derogs it might be worth your efforts for some GWs to be sent.
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