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Which Route After OC verfied with CRA


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So I am asking while these accounts have special circumstances here. Most of them are due to fall off at the end of the year. I have a mortgage and a couple of Charge-offs. With these being verified on disputes with CRAs, what would be best route to take at this point.

 

- Goodwill to Creditor

 

(Mortgage was involved in lawsuit for illegal foreclsure proceedings and received settlement for NATIONAL MORTGAGE SETTLEMENT) Was thinking about using this as leverage for a sympathy case goodwill

 

- 623 Dispute (if thats the right number)

 

(Should I go at the creditor producing some docs.. account was included in Bankruptcy (Chapter 13) but i didnt finish the repayment plan either) so it was dismissed.)

 

- 1-2 Punch of disputing directly with the OC and then disputing again with the CRA with some other reason on dispute..

 

- Dispute as Obsolete

 

not sure how Experian takes to these...

 

Your feedback is appreciated.

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