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Your information on my Credit Are wrong or out dated or incomplete.
Lien from MD. State was paid off imidiatley in 3/ 21st 2012
Also Toyota lease is not mine It should state CO signor .I am only a Co signor
Discover balance is prior to 6/10th Your information is old and not updated Discover update each month.

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unsure of question?

 Unsure of question. Although I need a ID # to submit a request to Eqifax  and Trans Union

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The lein will remain part of your credit history for 7 years from the date it was paid. 

As co-signer of a loan, you are actually guaranteeing that the payments will be made by the loan originator, therefore it IS going to show on your credit.

The information about the Transunion and Equifax accounts here is obtained from from them.  It takes at least a month to six weeks for a payment to be reported by a creditor and the information sent to the credit bureau.

Why don't you take the time to read the credit information provided on this site so you can learn how credit actually works.  It helps a lot to become credit savvy. 

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