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How long do it take a student loan to come off credit report it been over two years and this stil
I got 6 late payment date 2015 student loan I have been on time since and it comes direct out my account how long do late payment comes off trw

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i think 7 to 10 years. 

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Late/Missed payments typically remain on your credit reports for 7 years. The damage from them will subside as they age though. So once they are a couple of years old, the damage will diminish quite a bit, but of course they will negatively affect your credit as long as they are on your reports. "Goodwill Letters" can sometimes help remove them, slim chance, but worth reading about. Make absolutely sure that you are not late with any more payments. Read as much as you can about credit, it will help you.

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