Posts: 116
Registered: ‎02-17-2011

What can I do?

Ok here's the story. I had a court payment that I didn't pay and it went to a collection company. I later made a payment plan with the original creditor ( the court) and I've been making all my payments. The collection company removed the claims from Experian and equifax but not Transunion. Well after making payments for 5 months I tried to dispute Transunion claiming they are reporting inaccurate info. Only because now that I'm making payments the amount owed has changed and they are not updating. Anyway I disputed it last week and it came back as confirmed today and no change. So what's my next step here? Am I screwed or due I have any action I can take? Thanks for any help.
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