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Which way to proceed with state tax lien dispute

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I have a paid state tax lien showing on TU and EQ. The release date was 03/10, and according to TU, is scheduled to delete in Feb 2017. The tax lien was suppose to have been deleted in Aug of this year as some of my tax refund paid off the remainder of the payment plan I had with them in 2009. Do you think that a the jack attack method would do, or online dispute as obsolete (hoping for early deletion), or let it simmer until Feb? TU has a three errors on how it reports, EQ has two errors. Please give me your take on how you would go about it. Thank you.

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I have a paid state tax lien showing on TU and EQ. The release date was 03/10, and according to TU, is scheduled to delete in Feb 2017. The tax lien was suppose to have been deleted in Aug of this year as some of my tax refund paid off the remainder of the payment plan I had with them in 2009. Do you think that a the jack attack method would do, or online dispute as obsolete (hoping for early deletion), or let it simmer until Feb? TU has a three errors on how it reports, EQ has two errors. Please give me your take on how you would go about it. Thank you.

Dispute to be updated, don't give exact details. State what is incorrect, but not how it should be reporting. The 2 following threads I had before deletion of the lien.

 

https://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=566688&view=findpost&p=5517421&hl=state+tax+lien

 

https://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=569747&hl=state+tax+lien&do=findComment&comment=5509396

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