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how do i pay the accounts that are closed

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Do some reading on the following before you proceed with this: "seven year credit reporting time period" "Statute of Limitations to be sued for debt in (your state)", "Pay for Delete Agreements".

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Understand that simply paying old debt, does nothing to help your scores. Paid collections are just as damaging as unpaid ones when it comes to scoring. Also be aware that entering into any payment arrangements with a collection company can reset the Statute of Limitations to be sued for the debt (it does NOT reset the credit reporting time period though).

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