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I'm still showing an outstanding auto loan that was recently paid off..I do have documentation.
I have a letter showing that my auto loan has been paid off.

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Letter of Dispute

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You always have the option to write the three credit reporting companies, (Experian, Equifax, TransUnion) a letter of dispute with a copy of the documentation that you have. You should however, keep in mind that it can take anywhere from 1-3 months for changes to be made to your credit report.

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Why so long to remove?  Only took 30 seconds to apply it!!!

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Auto loan paid off Jan.2014

Should that make my score higher

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paid off loan

I have paid off chse auto loan, springlee fin and wf hm the were returned

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