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how can a bill from 2010 have an opened date of 2017

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Sold to a different collections company.

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The date a collection is opened is the date that the collection company reported it on your reports. The opened date is not important. If the bill was from seven years ago, you should dispute it due to the seven year credit reporting time period. If it is just shy of seven years, do some reading on "early exclusion".

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