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agency showing twice because has different accounts from same creditor
My credit report shows that I have 2 collections because a collection agency shows twice because they have 2 different accounts from the same creditor. Can I dispute it to show one collection?

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not if you had two two seperate acccounts with the original creditor.  well, you can always dispute.. but it will likely come back verified.

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Rdiaz30200

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I have this same issue.  1 collection agnency for the same debt reporting 2 separate accounts. The 1st account is reporting the original balance due, the 2nd account is showing the original balance with additional fees. I have since reached out to collection angecy to verify the actual true balance so I can make the necessary arrangements to pay this off finally. I am not disputing the fact that I owe this debt but the correct one and if it is the one with the additional balances then shouldn't they correctly report that ONE account. So then I can make proper arrangements and agreements for that ONE accounts balance? Please advise.

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