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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Steve A, Apr 13, 2001.
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Re: Help me stick it to Equifa
I also have an entry on my Equifax that lists as an I5, yet is paid in full. I didn't know it was wrong. Well, if I can be of any help, let me know. I am sending you an email now.
what about this?
Citibank NA Student
Previous payment history: 1 time 90+ days late
Previous status: 11/96 I5
Date of last activiy 4/95
Previous payment history: 1 time 60 days late; 9 times 90+ days late
Previous status: 5/98 - I5; 4/98- I5; 3/98 - I5
Date of last activity 6/97
Is this what your talking about? What should these be listed as?
Re: what about this?
Does this count for other status codes as well? I have a Sears account that I settled for less than the full balance and is still reporting an I9 status.
I also have a student loan account listed as an I5 with a $0 balance. It was closed in 5/97.
If so, please let me know and I will e-mail you.
Re: what about this?
Yes, that is exactly what I am talking about. I5 with zero balance. If it is a student loan that is even better.