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Consolidating loan entries on credit report
When i graduated college most of my loans were with nelnet and the dept of ed. Even though they were all with the same company it listed 11 accounts separately. They were all paid with a single payment all with a single payment, but they were different entries. The account became delinquent and now on my credit report there are 11 entries from nelnet all identical for each account. Is there anything I can do about this? Is it possible to have that be only a single entry since i was only delinquent to the one lender?

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If your loans are consolidated, then you received something from your loan servicers setting forth the consolidation info.  You can also pull all your student loan numbers from NSLDS.ed.gov (I believe they show the status of your loans and the names of your servicers).  Send copies of those to all three credit bureaus with a letter explaining that the accounts are being duplicated on your credit report.  You may have to do this a couple times, the whole student loan reporting is a bit of a mess because of the high volume.  Best of luck!

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