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does a past collection that wasnt pd but was removed show up on a credit ck
my daughter ad one removed but she can see it but wants to know if it shows to someone who checks her credit

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It shouldn't even be shown.  If you disputed it....you should NOT be able to see it.  I disputed four things between Trans Union and Exufax and they no longer show at all.  I would ask the which bureau is not removing it.

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yes , if she can see it, creditors can too. It was not removed correctly call or dispute the credit bureau again.

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no it didn't on mine

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this weekend I found a 'debt' from a medical collection agency. I contacted the original debtor to ask what this supposed bill was about, because I honestly do not beieve I owe them. My problem is now I am not seeing the debt showing, this is less than 24 hours after I originall saw the debt posted Has anyone else ever had that happen?

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