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SBC Reporting

please help me to find if this one has reached SOL? I am in CA:

 

-Creditor Name:      - Account No.:     9013***- Original Creditor:     SBC CALIFORNIA- Responsibility:     Individual- Condition:     Paid- Original Balance:     $84- Balance:     $0- Date Opened:     08/2004- Date Reported:     08/2007

 


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Re: SBC Reporting

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Re: SBC Reporting

thanks. How can I get rid of it?

July 2014: EX 790, TU 810, EQ 828

Starting Scores: EX 521, TU 508, EQ 486

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Re: SBC Reporting

SInce it is paid you have no leverage to work with.  The best you can do is send a GW letter asking them for removal of the account.

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