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Question about updating dispute

I recently disputed a collection on my equifax report....results were account updated as paid.
Does the 7 year rule start all over again from the date it was reported updated or does the 7 years start from the date the bill was paid?   TY
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IT is 7 yrs from the date with the original lender

IT is 7 yrs from the date with the original lender
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Brammy how do they keep track of the original delinquency...

Brammy how do they keep track of the original delinquency at the credit bureau when its now updated?
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I know you have your Experian report,.  The plus to that...

I know you have your Experian report,.  The plus to that is that it should have a date scheduled to be removed, that is the original date of delinquency.  Otherwise call the original creditor and ask for verification.  Which should contain info such as date account open date delinquent and date sold to CA.  The one in the middle is the one you want.
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