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I have a judgement from Capitol One A Holes, how could I fix this paying as little as possible?

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If you had an account with them and didn't pay it, then the judgement is the result of a legal action taken by them to get the money-, and you are ordered by the court to pay it.  That judgement can be renewed indefinitely (at their discretion) until the account is paid.

NOW, if this is not your account but it showed on your credit report, go to annualcreditreport.com and get copies of all three credit reports. Look them over thoroughly and file disputes on all wrong information with the credit bureau that is reporting it.  They have to investigate and either verify or delete the disputed items.  I suggest doing this via regular mail and keep copies of the correspondence until the matter is fully resolved.

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