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I'll try to make this question short. (Friend's story)

 

Here's the basic story: joint borrowed on a boat with ex. Part of divorce settlement was that the boat would be sold and he would pay for it until that happened. Before the boat was sold, he racked up 2 30 day lates. Since his address was changed I suppose they assumed mine was, too, but he had moved out while I didn't. I was never contacted by the creditor indicating the payment was past due so I had no idea this was happening. Does that hold any water in getting the lates removed? Goodwill may be worth an effort as those are the only lates in entire credit history but I wasn't sure if I should take a legal approach in a goodwill letter.

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