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The delquency and date of last payment was 2009. It was CO'ed in 2011 and sold to a CA.

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Yes, they failed to provide a MOV and did not provide a number or address of who was contacted at  Wells when it was requested. Just stated that it was on my CR. Wells sent something to my house a while ago which showed something about an account. The first name didn't match what is on my credit report. In addition, the city is not the same as the city I live in... so there are some valid errors...

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CRA's get your personal information from Creditors. Unless you call them and have info change than you have to notify your creditors as well. Something stinks about this whole thread.

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My CR is correct with my name and information. The Wells information is not correct. So how can this CO be considered "mine"?

 

So at the end of the day, you're saying that this CO should stay on my CR?

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No, if it isn't yours it shouldn't be there.  You never said it wasn't your account.

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Should I try to dispute MOV with the CFPB to get it removed?

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schrute wrote:

My CR is correct with my name and information. The Wells information is not correct. So how can this CO be considered "mine"?

 

So at the end of the day, you're saying that this CO should stay on my CR?


If not yours, did you get a police report filed for ID theft? You can very easily get rid of it with the police report. It would also be wise to get a report filed just in case there are other non-reporting credit items lurking out there that you don't know about yet.

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Is this practical to do after 3 years?

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Heck yea! No matter how old, if I had any account reporting that wasn't mine I would contact the police. You never know what else is lurking out there that hasn't reported yet. Three years ago is relatively recent in credit-speak.

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