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Debt being repaid via court settlement NOT being reported to the bureaus. Help ?
About 3 - 4 years ago, a debt I had with GE Care Credit was turned over to LVNV Funding to pay $496/month or $10,000 outright which I couldn't afford. In a nutshell, they sued. My atty got a negotiated court settlement for a lesser total amt and $200/month payments -- which I have paid on time each month since.
PROBLEM: LVNV Funding continues to report me NOT paying the $496. There is absolutely NO references to the $200/month paid to "MaryJane Elliott, PC" - their local debt collection law firm.

My c/r shows the original Care Credit as a charge-off (actually sold); the LVNV Funding with supposedly no payments and the court judgement.

What in the heck can I do? I'm trying to rebuild and this continued "no pyments" bit from LVNV Funding is costing me about 4 negative points each month. Thanks in advance.

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write dispute letters to your credit bureaus showing proof that you are making monthly payments and it isn't being reflected on you credit report. Still need help: Call Credit Pros 1-877-235-0324... Good luck!!!

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