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Clearing up credit
Clear off old transactions that should not be on report.

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I want to clear up old debt.  How do I know which company to contact?  Some of my debt is old where the debts have been sold off to other credit companies which are showing up on my credit.  I want to make good because I want to get this off my record but don't know who to contact first, and to make sure it is taken off my credit history by all debt collectors. 

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Dispute the transaction with the creditor/collector and all three credit bureaus.  Go to www.annualcreditreport.com and they'll have links for you to dispute with the bureaus online.  Send a letter to the creditor or collector reporting the account as well.  It will take a bit of time, they're allowed 30 days to respond.  Best of luck!

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