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Hi, I have two Collections left on my account. I have PRA which I believe I’m going to pay in full just to get them to remove it off my account. It’s not very much $$and I can afford to do it, so I can get that one off my reports if their removal of complete payments that I’ve been reading about is correct. My main issues with NCC. I’ve got an old lease that ended about 4 1/2 years ago. It was an eviction due to late payment- i always paid my rent late, with late fees, and they got sick of it lol...I disputed with NCC one time last year which wasprobably not smart considering I was still with SOL. My reports came back as “updated“ but I don’t believe I ever got any verification sent to me. At this time, would it be smart for me to go after NCC again? My reasoning is if they were going to come after me they would’ve done it last year when I disputed with them. I’m thinking they may not have any concrete proof of the debt. Or would it be smarter to go after the OC and see if the amount they are reporting is correct. I don’t believe it’s correct because, as i said, i always paid and The landlord even gave me an additional week to get my stuff out of the place after the evection. I don’t believe she would’ve done that if I owe them any money. Any input would be greatly appreciated.

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