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I had student loans forgiven, yet I still see them on my credit report. How do I get them removed?
The student loans I had gotten forgiven due to the wyotech lawsuit are still showing up on my credit report. How do I get them removed?

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Nothing is instantly removed from your credit unless you had negotiated a 'pay for delete' agreement.  Closed, paid or forgiven accounts remain a part of your credit history for 7 years, then they fall off. This is clearly explained in the articles here.

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