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  1. I have a recorded judgement from Chase that is reporting with all three CRAs since 8/2010. Chase garnished my wages and the debt was paid in full 7/2011. The judgement on the CRs is listed as unpaid. Looked up the info on the judgement online via the Circuit Clerks website, saw that a release/satisfaction was filed 3/2012. I read up on WhyChat's site re: deleting judgements. My question is can I have this judgement removed at all, since the information reported on the CRs (which came from LN or somewhere else) is not accurate? Or, will the entry just be updated to paid/released at the most? Also, is there something wrong with the release being reported some 7 months later? TIA...

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