Regular Contributor
Posts: 218
Registered: ‎07-29-2007

removing a vacated judgement

I had a judgement vacated, because it was filed AFTER a bankruptcy on a loan where the OC was included in the bankruptcy.  The Court and OC acknowledged their mistake and vacated the judgement.
Should I have any real trouble getting TU, EX, and EQ to remove it?
Anyone got experiences with that?
From BK to 700 FICOs in 4.5 yrs.
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Posts: 5,436
Registered: ‎03-10-2007

Re: removing a vacated judgement

Ok since they are admitting it was a mistake, get something in writing and respondto the credit bureaus in writing.  Keep up with your communications RRR return receipt requested.  You have to give them 30 days from your request to remove it, if no response then you can escalate it
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