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Public record from 2008 still on report.
How many years until a public record goes away? The state is Pa.

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taken off

this was taken off by trans union credit co. they fround it to be faults so they took it off their report .i have the letter to prove it .so don't you all talk to one anoughter? so how can you all report something that is wrong.anoughter thing last month my scoer was 618 now you say it's 610 ? come on let's get it stright (two banks told my what my score was).    you guys report to creditors lets get it stright -----ok. thank you    RC

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It hasn't been 7 years yet, so whatever the public record was, it won't fall off until sometime in 2015, or 2018 if it was something like a bankruptcy.  You'll be able to learn all about such things by reading the articles on this site.  That is what Credit Karma is all about...teaching people about credit.

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Depends on what type of public record.  If it is an unpaid judgment, it can be there 10 years.  Same with bankruptcy.

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