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s10sleeper
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Student loan showing as negative indicator on credit but doesn't state why.

When I was going to college a few years back, I had to incur alot of debt in student loans as Vocational Rehabilitation was unwilling to pay the full amount per credit hour.  I consolidated all of my loans about a year ago, and all of my Sallie Mae loans show as paid as agreed, and my private loan has been kept current.  I found on my credit report 3 loans from AES/FCDBTR that have a $0.00 balance, shows no delinquency and under the status it says "Contact Member for Status"  I have no idea why this is, as  I do not recall going past due with any of my loans and have never seen that status on my credit reports before as I pull them at least once a year.  Does anyone have any idea what this may mean?

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InvincibleSummer3
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Re: Student loan showing as negative indicator on credit but doesn't state why.

I dont, but nothing you're describing would indicate this is a negative on your credit report. Why do you think this is a negative?

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s10sleeper
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Re: Student loan showing as negative indicator on credit but doesn't state why.

The reason for thinking it is a negative on my FICO is that on my Equifax report it has a flag saying negative indicator.


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