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Frequent Contributor
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Registered: ‎08-09-2009
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Should I dispute or wait?

I paid off some collections to the tune of 1950.00. The collection agency told me that per there charter, they will not PFD, but they would update the collections as PAID, I believe that they did update these per our agreement, they did warn me that it could take some time to update on my CR, but how long will it take, we are at 30 days. Do I dispute or keep waiting? What other options do I have?


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Registered: ‎01-17-2008
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Re: Should I dispute or wait?

You keep waiting.  It can take up to 90 days and if you dispute it can cause it to be longer.

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Re: Should I dispute or wait?

Will do!


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Current Score: EQ 672, TU 702 EX 679,
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