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A collection reported thru cavalry, but they refer me to Glass Mtn, How do I get it removed?
The collection is reported by Cavalry but they refer me to Glass Mountain and I only want to pay this very old debt if it is reported as paid or removed from my report.

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Depends on what "very old" means. If it's older that the Statute of Limitations for your state, you;re in a great position to negotiate a pay-for-removal. But then, these things only stay on your credit report for seven years anyway, so it may just die on its own.

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Thanks for your response.  I was able to negotiate a settlement, but they refuse to remove the account from my credit report.  The account is 6 years old so it will fall off in a year, but in that time at least it will now show as paid.

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