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i was discharge with a 100% disability from the army can i use that to delete some of my credit
i have a vehicle that i turned in when i left overseas to iraq, also had a apt i left behind, so can i take those off since i was in the army. someone told me if you turned the vehicle back in and they have there vehicle bk it shouldnt be on my credit report also for the apt i was in the army but was in the wounded warrior project, out processing from the army so i had to leave.

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You will have to check with the Wounded Warrior Project and also with the Soldier's and Sailors Civil Relief Act to see if there are any precedents for relief under those programs.  That you now qualify for 100% disability has no bearing on those issues which took place before your deployment. 

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