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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by eddie, Apr 28, 2001.
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Others may disagree, however, if I were you, I would wait until November and have it drop off on its own. You may want to give it till mid-summer and then dispute it as obsolete. I have heard that the CRAs may drop things off if claimed obsolete within 6 months of 7 years. What does everyone else think?
It would take you almost that long to get a court date. I'd just let it be for now and dispute it in July or August.
Your right, I know I should leave it alone but It really ticks me off the way its been handeled. I would really like to punish them but I guess discretion is the better part of valor. Thanks a million for your input.
I agree with the concensus. Wait and see if it falls off on it's own. If for some reason it stays, then sue 'em.