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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by fingrrrl, Jun 11, 2001.
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Yes, it does look like you owe twice the amount of debt, b/c they are reported as two distinct trade-lines. I had the exact same thing happen to me with a former servicer. They updated their computer system and modified the account numbers (the new number preceded my old number with NEA), which resulted in twice the number of trade-lines.
I disputed with the CRA's and luckily, they could see the obvious duplications and they deleted the duplicates.
To be safe, I would suggest calling/writing the servicer and demanding that they delete the duplicates. They should also send you a letter stating clearly all the the disbursements they service complete with account numbers and stating that they did modify the account numbers resulting in duplicates.