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Registered: ‎04-23-2007

what to worry about

What should I be concerned with in regards to collections/lates and how they are reporting so that they will fall off in 7 years?  Is it the date opened, reported since date, last reported date, assigned date, or date of status? What dates starts the 7 year period? See below. 
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Account Number:
23513445  Original Creditor:
 Paid,Closed/Collection account.  
 Date Opened:
Credit Limit:
$133    Date of Status:
 03/2003 Terms:
1 Months  High Balance:
$133     Reported Since:
 11/2002 Monthly Payment:
$0 Recent Balance:
NA    Last Reported Date:
 03/2003 Responsibility:
Individual  Recent Payment:
 Your Statement:

 Account History:

 Collection as of Dec 2002, Nov 2002  
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Re: what to worry about

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