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Subject: Original creditor has no info on accounts....
 
Posted on Mon Aug 16, 2010 6:29 am  

Recently, I disputed 2 credit card accounts with the credit bureaus and they informed me that the info was "verified" and would remain on file. I called Experian directly after this and was told that I needed to contact the Original creditor since I was not happy with the dispute results. I did this and received a letter from the credit card company stating "they had no records on the accounts" and "they had been sold to a collection agency in June 2008". The collection agency does not show up on any of the credit reports. Do I leave this alone or forward the letter (from original creditor) to the credit bureaus in hopes of getting these removed from my credit files? Date of 1st delinq. 7/2003 Charged off 3/2004. Credit bureaus state that items will be removed 3/2011, is this right?

Really seems odd that the bureaus "verified" this information with the creditor, but when I sent letters directly to them, they state they don't have any info. Go figure?!!?
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Subject: no account info
 
Posted on Mon Aug 16, 2010 10:39 am  

Hi vib,

Welcome to this community Smile

This a 623 dispute situation.

You can ask for the documentation of the debt from the original creditor. However, the creditor generally does not retain information on an account after 18 months. If the creditor fails to give you information on your account they are supposed to remove the item from your credit report. You will get this under the section 623 of Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).

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