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Registered: ‎04-20-2007
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Creditors comments

MyFico listed creditors comments as a negative impact on my credit score. How much of an impact do they have? Is there any way to have them changed/removed?
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Re: Creditors comments

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You can dispute but I would call the creditor and ask them to remove it. Not sure if the score is impacted but creditors do take note of this. I was refinancing a vehicle and due to a late payment and the comment of cant locate the consumer was initially turned down. I called the creditor and had it removed. Not cool at all. You must make sure you talk to someone in the company that has the ability to remove these items!!


Message Edited by LadyFICO on 04-24-2007 12:32 AM
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