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If an account was removed from collections because it met the fcha can it come back into collection
How can i remove something g that meets the fair credit hearing act because it was removed but they put it in like it's a new collection.meanwhile it definitely met the fair credit hearing act.

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There is some disconnect here... Do you mean Fair Credit Reporting Act? Now if it dose meet the requirements for FCRA? Then it mean it's can be reported and be on your credit report. Collection accounts do get sold often, when that happens? The old CA would/need to remove that account from your report, so the new CA might report if they chose to, each new collection agency might report the new "open" date, as thats the date they received the collection authority on that debt. However, it won't affect the 7 1/2 years of reportable period, because it goes by the Date Of First Delinquency and not the open date or any other dates for that matter and nothing can extended or restart that 7 years plus 180 days running on your report.

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