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Re: Mohela and Direct Loans

So I just saw my updated EQ and scores went up but my TU dropped. It's showing a neg from 2008 for 1 month late. It doesn't show on EQ which is correct. When I contacted direct loans they said they reported without any baddies. When I disputed with TU they said it was verified. Will this be removed with Mohela now that they took on the loan or what are my best options. I'm over the run around I just need answers and direction to take to clear that up

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