01-29-2013 03:59 PM
This is strange.....I have my last month's experian and transunion and the most current ones, everything is the same except now I have a new derog from chase....it's never been on any of my credit reports before, but could it be since I applied for a chase credit card(and was approved) they somehow realized that they didn't report it to the credit agencies before? 2 30 day lates....ugh. This is from a closed chase credit card back in 2010. Any suggestions on what I can do to try and delete it?
01-29-2013 08:12 PM
Jan and Sept of 2011
01-30-2013 10:01 AM
the entire cc was paid off in full by oct 2011. It's already been closed. Even if they delete the entire TL, it would get rid of these 2 late payments that's now going to be until 2017 probably no?
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