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Tanner_07
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Subject: Duplicate Listings
 
Posted on Wed Sep 29, 2010 3:24 am  

Hello All,

I'm hoping that everyone can help me clear up one issue.

I had a collections account that went to court and is now listed as a judgement but is also still listed as a collections account.

Does this count as a duplicate listing?
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Subject: Duplicate listings
 
Posted on Wed Sep 29, 2010 10:42 am  

Hi Tanner,

No, this is not considered as duplicate listing. The collections will be there on our credit report for 7 years and the judgment will stay against the same account for 7-10 years depending on your state laws.

Thanks,

Aaron
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Posted on Wed Sep 29, 2010 11:45 am  

If the collection agent sued you, then I disagree with aaron. when did this happen? is it paid?
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Subject: Duplicate listing
 
Posted on Wed Sep 29, 2010 7:52 pm  

The Collections agency did sue me and was granted a default judgement this has been paid and the judgement is showing as satisfied on my credit report however the collections account for the same account is still showing unpaid.

I know I can get this to reflect as paid not that it helps but i would rather have it removed since it's already listed as a judgement.
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Subject: Duplicate Listing
 
Posted on Thu Sep 30, 2010 4:58 pm  

The Collections agency did sue me and was granted a default judgement this has been paid and the judgement is showing as satisfied on my credit report however the collections account for the same account is still showing unpaid.

I know I can get this to reflect as paid not that it helps but i would rather have it removed since it's already listed as a judgement.

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