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Delinquent account showing up on one credit bureau but not the other two?
I have a delinquent account back from 2010 that was paid in full and closed. It is showing up as delinquent (30-60 days late) on TransUnion but not on Equifax and Experian. I submitted a dispute request on TransUnions' website. Was this the correct way to handle this issue?

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You really need toi take advantage of the learning opportunity this site provides and read the articles to gain a good understanding of how credit works.  Few creditors report to more than one collection agency.  That delinquent account would not drop off until 7 years after it first went delinquent so it is still of reportable age in your credit history. AND you can only dispute wrong information.  If it is YOUR account, you can not successfully dispute it.

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