05-10-2013 01:18 AM
I paid off my old arreared collection child support to NY State. The trade appears on my credit report as paid. The case worker who handled my account for NY State Child Support Collections said that they don't report to collection agencies and I should ask to verify this debt or it has to be removed. I sent a letter to all 3 reporting agencies and Eqifax is the only agency that removed the trade. What is my next step?
05-10-2013 04:40 AM
05-10-2013 06:12 AM
If they don't report to the credit reporting agencies (I'm assuming that's what you meant), then how is this showing on your credit report? Is it a judgment? Reporting as a Public Record?
05-10-2013 08:37 AM
Lol - it's the Grumpy Cat from the Internet meme. I posted it because this is what I look like every dang day while waiting for the feds to finish fixing up my rehabbed student loans into some decent-looking tradelines. It's taking forever.
I'mma change it when I finally get this accomplished.
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