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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by phxbbw6ft1, Nov 7, 2001.
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I can tell you all 3 bureaus use the "paid" date for my judgement and not he date the account actually used when te judgement was given. Example: judgement filed and granted 6/95, I paid it on 3/96. They use 3/96 as my date.
Prepare for confusion.
Oh no you don't, you agitator!!
Or do you just want to see who's paying attention?
This is as plain as the nose on your face!!
It doesn't matter that they are showing "date paid," now. When it is 7 years from date of entry, it comes off, unless the statute of limitations for judgments in your state is less than 7 years.
Unpaid judgments stay on until the statute of limitations is up.
C'mon, Kristy, don't let him get away with this, LOL.
How did you find out what dates they use? Did you ask? I noticed on EQ they only gave me a 'filed' date and a 'satisfied' date.