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how to take off capital one account
Can you please let me know why Captital One is showing on my credit report? I do not have a credit card with them.
Can you please let me know when this is off of my credit report?

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Get your credit reports from all three agencies and look them over.  Then, for items that are NOT yours. like the Capital One card you mentioned, file a dispute with each of the credit reporting agencies that show it.  

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Not that easy.  Good luck as Capital One has made my life a living nightmare over a bill that was paid.  They were granted a judgement against me for an account that was already paid.  Filed all kinds of things with the credit bureaus but they do nothing.  Showing cancelled checks has done nothing..  Like I said, good luck!!

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