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2007credit
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Registered: ‎08-26-2007
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Should I pay for delete?

Hello
I have a incorrect collection on my three reports..for $803...its over 6 years old...i've disputed it, but its still on there with a consumer statement saying i dont agree...should i offer to pay this for the deletion..its the only negative thing i have on my revolving or installinment credit history ever.

Thanks for reading and your help
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Sylviatob
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Registered: ‎09-14-2007
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Re: Should I pay for delete?

Why do you think it is incorrect? Are you positive?

Since you've already disputed it, I'm honestly not sure what your best course of action should be. Sorry. I've limited experience in that field.

I'm sure others will chime in shortly with their opinion/advice. Hang tight. :smileyhappy:
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ilovepizza
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Registered: ‎05-17-2007
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Re: Should I pay for delete?



2007credit wrote:
Hello
I have a incorrect collection on my three reports..for $803...its over 6 years old...i've disputed it, but its still on there with a consumer statement saying i dont agree...should i offer to pay this for the deletion..its the only negative thing i have on my revolving or installinment credit history ever.

Thanks for reading and your help


Score wise... Over 6 years, it's about to disappear after 7 years and 1 month. Do nothing and it goes away soon. But if you feel you should pay it for other reasons, you can do that. I personally would be afraid to touch it after 6 years worried they would somehow make it stay or update on it. I might let it fall off then pay it if I felt I owed the money. But I'd just leave it until it falls off.
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