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I have a PAID judgment showing on my credit report as a derogatory mark, How do I get this removed?

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Its extremely difficult to have public records removed from your credit report paid or not. Since mistakes could and do happen, one can challenge the accuracy of the said public record/judgement, however when it's been paid, the likelihood of it was some kind of error are greatly diminished. Side note, of late, Experian have some difficulties to verify the public records independently, because they have some issues with the agencies they used for collecting/search the informations on public records, so some have luck have those records judgement/tax lien removed before it's due to be removed. There is very small chance to have the judgement itself vacated through some procedural technicalities, of course attorney would most likely need to be involved, research the Federal/State's "civil procedures" and "rule 60".

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