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One account in collections on my report multiple times from same creditor.
I had a TMobile account that went into collections and sold to another agency... now, not only is tmobile showing on my credit, but the other agency is showing up not once, but twice.. Once under their name, and once under their name, but the spelling is slightly changed, and the amount is different by 1 cent. What the heck is going on? How do I dispute this???

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Get your report directly from the credit bureau and dispute the double whammy on the collection account, there should be the original account and only 1 collection account showing for that account. You may want to contact TMobile and ask if they will delete their account as well as the collection account if you pay in full. Only call them and ask for a pay for delete agreement if you have the full amount to pay.

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