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If an installment loan is showing current but incorrect balance should I have it fixed?
I have a loan that is current but was paid off in February. The lender has simply stopped reporting so it is still showing a balance owed. Should I pursue having them fix it or let it stand?

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Fix it or Let It Stand?

You say you have a loan that is current but was paid off in February. The lender has simply stopped reporting so it is still showing a balance owed. Should you pursue having them fix it or let it stand?

By all means YES. Fix it now.  Don't let these items pile up over time.    You will have a mess on your hands.

Treat your credit as if it were money you are putting in your Banking Account.  You want the money deposited to be accurate Right? And so is true with your credit.  You paid off the loan in the agreed term therefore make it know that you are of good standing.  This way of thinking should apply in all areas of ones life., please.

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