Agreed, however, these are not the 2 that I made payment arrangements on.
I started with a total of 5 PRA collections. 2 accounts have been paid and being removed. 1 account I have not addressed and there is no change to the monthly reporting by PRA. 2 accounts they brought up when I called about the 2 I was setting up payment arrangements.
I now have 3 PRA collections - 1 account that does not show any change to "New", 22 months old. 2 accounts that I have not addressed with PRA, 22 months old, and all of a sudden they both show as "New".
Also, those 2 PRA collections on the Credit Karma site, show as "High Impact". All PRA accounts show last reported on 10/08/2019.
Credit Karma has been reporting these since 2017 from PRA already. They just changed to "High Impact" on Credit Karma when other monitoring agencies...Experian, MyFico, Wells Fargo, Captial One, etc, started showing them as "New".
I am not trying to beat this into the ground, however, I am getting the impression from the responses, I am reading that you and others believe that they have just started reporting to the credit bureaus. That is not the case.
All of my other collections, including the other still remaining PRA collections, do not have this distinction.
All collections are updating weekly on Credit Karma since 2017 - only the 2 I have identified are showing as High Impact (that has only been added since I called)
"shrugs shoulders" I will just let this mattert lie on here, as I feel I have either hit a wall, or running it around in circles.
Thank you for your comments. They are appreciated.