01-24-2013 03:21 PM
I got a letter from NCO on jan 11Th for deletion of a paid closed account to all 3 credit bureaus. How long will it take for them to update and remove? I can't wait to see that score watch alert!
01-24-2013 05:52 PM
Usually within 30-45 days. Congrats!
02-11-2013 06:50 PM
Can you help me out, I just paid Direct TV for a balance in full, and NCO has updated my account to P-Paid, but the mortage company said that I need to have them remove it from my report not to say still in collection P-Paid in order for my credit report to go FICO score to go up. Can you please assist me on what I can do now, to have this removed. Any help will be good, thanks.
02-25-2013 04:52 PM
CONGRATULATIONS!! I myself have been on a long road to clean up a bad credit report left to me by my mother.
NCO is the last and only account standing between me and a clean credit report, and I can't get a hold of anyone that will help me. Any contact information you could share with me (in a PM) would be much appreciated.
Enjoy your credit freedom!
03-11-2013 07:47 PM
04-12-2013 04:54 PM
Did you specifically request a deletion? If so, how? I disputed an amount, and they sent back a letter saying the account has since been closed. Since they could not verify the amount, I am operating under the assumption they give up. If they give up, is there a process under which they will delete the tradelines?
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