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Registered: ‎09-24-2008

another portfolio recovery question

Ok I posted about not seeing portifolio my credit reports.. but I do see the company that they may have been hired by.. and they stopped reporting in 2002.. but I still have looked for them on my credit reports and have not seem them at all.. and chase bank.. which is who may have hired them charged the account off in 2002 .. Would portfolio be on the credit report.. who shoudl I look for.. because I do not see either
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Registered: ‎12-19-2007

Re: another portfolio recovery question

If DOFD was 7-7.5 years ago, you won't see them on your CR, as it is past CRTP.
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