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i have a tax lein on my deed, that was very recently put there
a debt of medical bills from auto accident showed up since last report, about to be paid off in the next 7-10 days. also showed up was a tax lien of which i was not aware of, although it just showed up, it says it was put there in June of 2011, i dispute this along with a dispute with the state tax dept, nothing has been verified as me owing this debt to state tax dept.

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Rather than trying to dispute

Verify. 

First, if there are liens you are unaware of, contact the government agency that is reporting the lien. Verify any liens and work out a payment plan.  If you had a tax lien from 2011, I'm pretty sure you have paid your taxes since then, so that should have been handled, but again verify.  Its better to deal with the agencies that are handling the liens rather than trying to deal with getting things verified and removed with the Credit Bureas.  

If they can not verify then ask that your info be corrected.

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