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I need to dispute a bill , it's been paid , needs to come off my credit report
National grid bill paid in full

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Bills that are reported to credit bureaus remain a part of your credit history for 7 years, then they fall off.  That is just how credit really works, as explained in the articles here.

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Is it showing as Paid?

After you pay a bill, it doesn't come off your reports.

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Of course you have no control,  you just blast people for no good reason 

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Huh? Are you on drugs? What are you on about?

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