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Why cant I get capitol one to delete a late payment report?
I have read and heard that numerous people have been successful at having late payments deleted. It was a year and a half ago when I had some medical issues that prevented me from working for a bit. The late payment was 90 days late after all was said and done. The account is still active and I stayed in touch with them the hole time I now have several more accounts with them and have been with them for 9 years this being the only time I was late. I have called and written letters and always the same response that they cant delete them. The reason I am trying is that I would like to purchase a house but this mark is making it hard to get approved for the loan. Any advice would be much appreciated.

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Keep trying, many people that have had success with this had to try many times, sometimes for years, before they found the right rep to help them.

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