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i would like a phone number experian to get something removed that has been paid in full

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On what grounds? As long as the creditor reports that account has been paid, it is still legally allowed to report for 7 years, 180 days. Just paying off a bad debt is not grounds to have it removed. 

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Try the better buisness bureau. Make a formal complaint, especially if they lied to you so you would pay the debt. They only have so long to respond to your complaint. If they don't respond make copies of your corespondence with the BBB, and send it to the credit bureaus. I had a couple derogatory remarks removed from my credit history. I also taped the telephone conversations as well, but be careful when taping some states don't require you to tell the other party but others do.

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