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how do I get things removed from report that shouldnt be there. go to additional details I explain.
the 2 open delinquent accounts on my report are paid medical bills. Ive got copies of the cleared checks where hignbottom&higinbottom paid them. how can I get them removed from my credit report

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They're part of your history

Even though the bills were paid, they are part of your credit history and, as required by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (a federal regulation) they must remain on your credit report for 7 years.  Then they will drop off.  Make regular, sufficient payments of all accounts you have now and those will cast nice shadows to take the sting out of the negative remarks from the medical bills.  And those medical bills may even be ignored by some creditors, due to the fact that numerous people have that problem.  There is no way they can be removed before the 7 year mark.

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