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  1. Hi, I may have just found a loophole in my pr section. A paid judgement with a first name that is similar to mine but is not my name. Problem is it is a joint with my husband. Now I am trying to figure out the correct way to go about this. It's been disputed before but not with the name issue. Any suggestions on how to work this out? I talked to the special department at equifax and they were puzzled but disputed it anyway..
  2. Hi. I am new and have been lurking and ready for about a month. I finally decided to pull my reports and post here. I have been in a battered women's shelter for 5 months. I now have my own apartment a great job starting at $13.94 an hour with a trucking company as a dispatcher and an opportunity for tons of overtime this holidau season. Here is my situation. I was with my crazy ex for 12 years. He handled all fiances. I pulled my trans report and score faco was 589 and $16k in collections. Lots of medical 3-5 years old and some of his credit cards where I was on them that are 5 year
  3. Okay I had a large judgement (Filed 8-2-2007) that was due to roll off my reports this month and after checking my reports weekly, it's finally fell out of all three. The amount was listed at $14K and was my biggest derog. BTW - the original junk debt firm was bought out by another firm last year and I've been getting quarterly notices to pay/settle the account. The last notice had the balance at $23K with interest. BTW the original CO was for Providian and amount was 2K. Earlier in the year I had contacted a lawyer who deals in credit issues and BK in Texas reviewed the court papers and
  4. I was able to successfully remove all 3 of the judgements off of TU. One of the Judgements is not mine so i knew that one would come off. EX shows two and EQ still shows 3. I am currently disputing these items with EQ and EX. Is there a way to successfully rebuild my credit with judgements listed. They are scheduled to remain until at least 2016. CC's I have CAP 1 - $500 limit- Just applied and approved last week, should i ask for CLI with a TU score of 645? CAP 1 Secured card $750 limit Macy's - AUTH USER $1200 Denied credit by Barclays and GECRB
  5. My friend has not made a payment in about 5 years to the bank. The house is worth a lot more then what is owed so I guess that is why the bank hasn't been too agressive about throwing him out. In Suffolk county NY you can do an online search to see if you have judements or liens on your home or yourself. He has a lot of judgements against him. They range from $20.00 all the way to $15,000.00 Even with the judements the house is still worth a lot more then what is owed. At this point in time their are NO liens on his property. His first question.... If there is a jud
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