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Registered: ‎01-09-2008

Sallie Mae still reporting inaccuracies.. now what can I do?

Ok I have been complaining about this account since March 2011.  They have report inaccurate information on my credit report and I have been denied credit and car loans.


Here have been my actions so far:


1. Mailed 3 GW letters via mail with return receipt - March/April 2011


2. Mailed GW letter to VIce president - April 2011 - they sent me a letter stating I need proof of bank statements i paid.  I Paid December 2010 but they pulled the funds from the wrong account.  I receved a confirmation receipt. 


3. April 2011 - Disputed with all credit bureas all came back verified


4. May 2011 - complained to FTC and BBB


What can I do now get a lawyer?

Starting Score: 501
Current Score: EQ609/TU630/EX665
Goal Score: 700

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