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judgments and leans paid, still on credit report

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Judgments and tax liens remain on your credit report for 7 years. Once they are paid they report differently. Judgments will report as paid and tax liens as satisfied or released. Either way a creditor will know you had issues whether unpaid or paid. You may want to add a consumer statement to your bureau explaining the situation and hope for the best. Good luck!

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Can you really add "comments" to your credit report explaining different situations to creditors who might be looking at your report for info on scores and such.

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Adding comments to credit report?

How would one go about adding comments to a his credit report? I had no idea this was even an option.

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