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New last reported date? Lower balance owed?

JPMC student loan changed last reported date from Jan 2011 to feb 2011, new amount due from 13,000+ down to 10,525 and transferred to recovery? My question is which is it? When is it/ how much is it? Can they change it like that?? Not that I am complaining its lower but is it true and accurate reporting? Sending DV. Is that the right step?
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Re: New last reported date? Lower balance owed?

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You can't send a DV to an OC.  Those are for CAs.

 

They can report if anything is changing like amount, CO, collections, etc.  They have to in order to have the TL report accurately.

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Re: New last reported date? Lower balance owed?

Thanks I just get so flustered taking a step forward and then a change in an account. Then CAs hitting my credit with hard pulls its an vicious endless cycle to see if they can now creep from the shadows. I am just trying to make things right and move forward. Venting =Liberating .
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