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I want to dispute old loans
please advise on this... how to do it for free? where?

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My first question is why you wish to dispute them. If they are showing negative info I can understand your wish, but if they were closed in good standing or showing positive information, DO NOT try to remove them.

Anyway, Transunion, Equifax and Experian all have websites with instructions on how to dispute information on your credit reports. It is free to do. Make sure you do some reading on the process first though.

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If the student loans are not paid, they are going to show up on your credit until such time as they ARE paid,no matter how long it takes. There is no SOL on student loans.

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jw is addressing Federal loans, not private school loans

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