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Paid/Satisfied Judgment changed to Abstract of Judgment???

I just received this Score Watch notification - I paid the judgment over a year ago, it was showing up as satisied - now abstract of judgment??? What does this mean?

 

Change to judgment –     NORFOLK CTY DISTRICT COURT    
    Filed: Mar 01, 2011  
 Previously reportedNewly reported
Court:NORFOLK CTY DISTRICT COURTNORFOLK CTY DISTRICT COURT
Customer number:1 
Case number:  
Amount:$1,399$1,399
Status:SATISFIED JUDGABSTRACT JUDG
Defendant:  
Description:Consumer disputes - reinvestigation in process Not Reported
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