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What happens when a creditor sells a judgment
A default judgment was entered against me for a repo a few years ago and its been reported on my credit. While getting everything together to file bankruptcy, I looked at my credit report again and, lo and behold, the judgment was updated as "satisfied" without any action on my part. What could this mean? Could the original creditor have sold the judgment? Could a satisfaction be reversed? This issue could affect whether I actually file or not, does anyone have any advice for me? thanks!

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