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Info about taking care of a judgment against me on my credit.
Basically, We are tring to get a mortgage. I was told that I needed to take care of this judgement and either pay it off, or start making payments on it. Once I make 3 payments, then I would qualify. But it doesnt show any info on where its through or how to inquire about it, just a reference number and the amount. Im not sure what I should do about this or how to proceed. ​Any advice would be appreciated.

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Contact the credit bureaus that are listing the judgment and they should be able to give you details on it.

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Its listed on my equifax report. I can contact them about it?

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And, if it is an account you know nothing about, file a dispute with all credit bureaus showing this judgement.

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I know what it is. I just dont know how to go about taking care of it. Its listed on my Equifax report. So I can contact them about how to take care of it?

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