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oracles
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Registered: ‎08-18-2007
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Do I wait?

I just disputed two days ago to the CRA's about a 30 day late from chase back in Nov 2002. I called chase and they realized it should have not been reported and they are sending in a request to delete (they will send me a confirmation letter in 7-10 business days). I just need to know, do I wait or call up the CRA's and let them know to drop the dispute and they will receive something from chase soon.
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ObsessedwithmyFico
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Registered: ‎05-31-2007
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Re: Do I wait?

Being from 2002, I don't believe that late is affecting your score much so I'd just wait until it reports. I could be wrong though...
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masdeocho
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Registered: ‎04-17-2007
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Re: Do I wait?



oracles wrote:
I just disputed two days ago to the CRA's about a 30 day late from chase back in Nov 2002. I called chase and they realized it should have not been reported and they are sending in a request to delete (they will send me a confirmation letter in 7-10 business days). I just need to know, do I wait or call up the CRA's and let them know to drop the dispute and they will receive something from chase soon.

I would do nothing.  You don't want to tell the CRAs to call off the dogs, and then find out Chase never reported the delete to them.  I don't think there's an option to un-dispute.  Wait and see what happens.
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cfstr1
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Re: Do I wait?

Agreed. Do nothing.
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oracles
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Re: Do I wait?

thanks everyone, i will wait

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