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Re: IRS Lien Removal

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Hello,

Congress decided that states should adopt the same policies for removal of liens.

The IRS website will guide you through their program and just log onto your states portal for the local guidelines.

The agencies will send withdraw notices to you and the courts.

The fastest way to get removal from the cb's is to fax the doc's to them.

FAX# EXperian- attn Edited to remove personal information 1 972 390 4970. Phone. edited

Transunion- attn Edited to remove personal information 1 610 546 4606. edited

Equifax- attn Edited to remove personal information 1 edited edited

Once you get the doc faxd it will be gone the same day.

Hope this helps.

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Re: IRS Lien Removal


virgo wrote:

Hello,

Congress decided that states should adopt the same policies for removal of liens.

The IRS website will guide you through their program and just log onto your states portal for the local guidelines.

The agencies will send withdraw notices to you and the courts.

The fastest way to get removal from the cb's is to fax the doc's to them.

FAX# EXperian- attn Edited to remove personal information 1 972 390 4970. Phone. edited

Transunion- attn Edited to remove personal information 1 610 546 4606. edited

Equifax- attn Edited to remove personal information 1 edited edited

Once you get the doc faxd it will be gone the same day.

Hope this helps.


Care to explain to us what you are specifically talking about??? Your post was very unclear to me at least...



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Re: IRS Lien Removal

"Congress decided that states should adopt the same policies for removal of liens"

 

Ummm...since when does Congress get to decide States' policies?  Ohio certainly hasn't adopted the IRS guidelines for liens.

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Re: IRS Lien Removal

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^^^^^^yeah what he said...errr she Smiley Sad . could you please post/pm a link to this information as I have two paid ohio state tax liens I need to get removed.


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Re: IRS Lien Removal

I would like to see others comments on how this improved their CSS.  Very few have said how much this has helped their credit scores and the ones that did said, said it wasn't for much 6-20 points.

 

I do have two paid IRS liens, both released in 12/11, and I'm going to request withdrawal as stated on this tread for sure, I need every little point I can get Smiley Wink. But  just makes me wonder if is worth the effort to have it withdraw. 

 

Anybody seen the scores jumped by doing the IRS Lien Withdrawals?

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Tropikal wrote:

I would like to see others comments on how this improved their CSS.  Very few have said how much this has helped their credit scores and the ones that did said, said it wasn't for much 6-20 points.

 

I do have two paid IRS liens, both released in 12/11, and I'm going to request withdrawal as stated on this tread for sure, I need every little point I can get Smiley Wink. But  just makes me wonder if is worth the effort to have it withdraw. 

 

Anybody seen the scores jumped by doing the IRS Lien Withdrawals?


I got mine off and saw a minor score increase, others have seen bigger jumps. The big thing to me is that itget a major negative off your reports, the "0% of our high scoring people..... had a public record on their credit report" that we see here on myfico CR's... It is totally work the since the effort consists of filling out a couple of forms and buying some stamps. Getting any and all "baddies" off my reports is allways my been my goal.



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winstars wrote:

Tropikal wrote:

I would like to see others comments on how this improved their CSS.  Very few have said how much this has helped their credit scores and the ones that did said, said it wasn't for much 6-20 points.

 

I do have two paid IRS liens, both released in 12/11, and I'm going to request withdrawal as stated on this tread for sure, I need every little point I can get Smiley Wink. But  just makes me wonder if is worth the effort to have it withdraw. 

 

Anybody seen the scores jumped by doing the IRS Lien Withdrawals?


I got mine off and saw a minor score increase, others have seen bigger jumps. The big thing to me is that itget a major negative off your reports, the "0% of our high scoring people..... had a public record on their credit report" that we see here on myfico CR's... It is totally work the since the effort consists of filling out a couple of forms and buying some stamps. Getting any and all "baddies" off my reports is allways my been my goal.


Thanks, every little increase counts, and like you said getting those "baddies" out are also important even is doesn't increase CS.

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Re: IRS Lien Removal

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Hi akemp!

 

Please stop cross-posting in the forums. While the information you have posted more than five times is very useful, it doesn't need to be posted anymore.

 

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!

 

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Re: IRS Lien Removal

Sry. I was excited and trying to answer the question and help anyone else. I've deleted it and will delete the others.


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