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I have two accounts remove frrom my credit report but now they show up lowering my score how come

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Items appear on your credit report because a creditor reported them.   You did not indicate how they were removed from your credit report.   If the removed natually based on the age of the account, this should not have changed and if they are over 7 years old, you can dispute with the bureau based on age and ask that they be removed.  If they were from a judgement though the court, there is provision if they go uncollected that the judgement can be renewed and this could be the case with this item.   If they were removed based on a prior dispute and the creditor failed to respond to the dispute, the bureau would have removed them.  However, there is nothing to prevent the creditor from refiling the item when they substantiated the debt itself.

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