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02-03-2008 01:56 PM
02-04-2008 06:38 PM
sh9730 wrote:Ok, I remember seeing something about this subject but I cant find the exact post anymore.I have an old repo on all three CRs -EX shows it as "Unpaid balance reported as a loss by credit grantor", with a Date of Last Payment of June 2001, but a date of last activity as April 2006 (somehow the JDB was able to show a 90+ late in 4/06 on a car that was repoed and charged off in 2001!! But thats another story...)TU shows it as "Charged Off" with a DOLA as 6/2001 and Date Closed of Oct 2001 - On my hard copy printout TU shows account will drop off in Nov 2008.....Same JDB date of assigned 4/06 here also but at least no 90 day late added.EQ shows it as "repo" but with the past due amount also showing?! They also show DOLA of June 2001. The JDB date of assignment is also 4/06 on this one, but at least they still show a DOLA of June 2001...I am not gonna touch any of these until I see what happens in fear of making things worse, but I am curious as to when things will drop off on which CR? Hopefully the OR reports will start to drop off and then I ll deal with the JDB after the OC stuff is confirmed gone. But I am curious as to why is TU using the Account Closed date instead of DOLA as I understood.....? What are thoughts as to whether the JDB will still be on there after the OC has dropped off?Any info would be great....
02-04-2008 07:10 PM
02-05-2008 07:14 AM
sh9730 wrote:Well, first off thanks for responding! I didnt think anyone would at some point! As for the comments, I agree, and I will, but since I have good enough scores to get decent mortgage now, and score should increase even more as these baddies age even more and I bring my utils down over next couple months, wouldnt it be safer to just keep the status quo, get my loan, see what happens in June/July from the OC reports, and then go after the JDB if they are still posting any info? Other than the mortgage I have no intent on needing any other credit between now and then.I live in CA and will be moving to AZ and the SOL is long over for both states on these so I m not worried about that...I just dont want to interrupt my loan processing that I ll be doing in April/May?Thanks!
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