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What does this remark mean?
Consumer disputes this account information
Account closed by credit grantor

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What does it mean when it says remarks removed?

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It is saying that you had filed a dispute over something showing on your credit report and that the credit issuer (perhaps a credit card) has closed the account so no further charges can be made. However, if you had a balance owing, you still have to arrange to pay this debt.

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Closed account - remark meaning

"Collection account Student loan permanently assigned to government"

The account is closed but the remark is confusing me, can anyone she some light on what this means?

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What does it mean when a remark is put on your credit karma natural disaster fixed rate on an auto loan

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