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Is it still true that if my mortgage company sold my loan to a debt colletor, I can dispute this?

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No.  If the mortgage was sold to a debt collector, it means you have not been dependable in making payments and they are trying to get the payments.  You cannot dispute things that are correct, even if you don'tlike them.  Only wrong information can be disputed. Read the articles here so you can understand how credit really works.

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