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Student Loan Rehabbed

I got my student loan the went into default rehabbed, and it is now out of default.  The original lender is still posting as a "unrated or bankruptcy" with the full amount of the loan still owed.  I have payed this down to under 500 dollars.  My account was transferred to NYSHESC where I rehabbed it, and now it is current.  Can ACS still report the original amount?  I though that when you rehabbed a loan they were required to take it out of default on your CR.
 
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Re: Student Loan Rehabbed

Yes- they are required to remove the default entry
 
"unrated or bankruptcy" is not a negative status- I would be more concerned if there are lates and the balance-
 
 
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Re: Student Loan Rehabbed

It is showing 10 times 90 days late, and 1 time 60 days late.  Is that hurting my score.  Equifax does not report it, Experian reports the late payment and no balance, and Transunion reports 2 times 90 days late, 1 time 60, and a balance.  Is this hurting my credit score?  I disputed it before, and it came back verified.  They don't have the account anymore, and have no information on me.
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Re: Student Loan Rehabbed

They refuse to delete account negatives even though it has been rehabilitated.  Is this illegal.  They say they are still required to show a delinquent status.
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Re: Student Loan Rehabbed

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AFAIK, they can report the lates but have to specify that the account is being "paid as agreed" and no longer in default.

Rehabbing a loan doesn't make it magically appear to be perfect, AFAIK, just no longer a default (which is probably equivalent to a foreclosure in terms of ugliness).

Forgot to ask: Are you SURE it's been rehabbed completely? The criteria for rehabbing depends on the loan, of course .. but it's usually a minimum of being on the program for 9 months-a year. Becoming "current" isn't the main criterion.

I don't know how that would work, though ... if becoming current on the loan only took, say, 6 months, would the extra 3 months still be necessary??? Anyone know???

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Re: Student Loan Rehabbed

This loan has been rehabbed ( for 9 months) and current for 5 months now.  I called them back again, and they still refuse to report the loan as current, saying that the balance was owed to them, so they cannot delete the owed balance.
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Re: Student Loan Rehabbed

When you complete a rehab, only the guarantor is required by law to mark the account as paid as agreed.  The OC or original lenders tradeline will remain the same.  Time will age it out.
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