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Lates Disappear

How Long does it take for Baddies to be ineffective?
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Re: Lates Disappear

 I hheard lates affect for only two years but I still see a red flag next to mine on my fico.  
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Re: Lates Disappear

7 to 7.5 years to totally go away.  They are less bad as they age.
 
But everything depends on what else is on the report - if one baddie drops off and 286 remain, it won't make much difference.  Smiley Very Happy
 
When my ONLY collection fell of after 6.75 years it was worth over 50 points
The slide from grace is really more like gliding
And I've found the trick is not to stop the sliding
But to find a graceful way of staying slid
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