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If an account is reported as delinquent does it matter what the amount is?
Yes, all the factors that are used to determine your credit score are important.
When any credit account is delinquent, the amount of the delinquency is not AS significant as the fact that it was not paid as agreed, but it is a factor.
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How long does a delinquent paid credit card account that has been closed stay on your credit report?
Answer Sad to say that delinquent accounts will be on your report for 7 years unless you make an effort to have it removed. There are ways to do it. … I cannot post my web site here however if you decided you need help then visit my bio page for more information. best of luck.
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The "excessive amount owed" is a phrase used to indicate that a particular account is over 30% utilized. Utilization is the balance of the account divided by the credit line.… SO, if you have a $2,000 balance and your credit line is $3,000, your utilization is 67%, which would trigger an "excessive amount owed" in a credit score explanation.
A creditor is unable to harass for any debt. They can face penalty for doing so. read the FDCPA, it has helped me understand a little better what is and is not permitted to be… done by debt collectors. There may be a difference between creditors and debt collectors; check and see. Hope this helps
90 days after the date.
Answer . Means that you did not pay your bills on time, or that you've never paid some of them. Make sure you get that straightened out, then don't be late again! That in…formation stays on your credit report for up to seven years!!!
It aids in determining the best resolution that can be offered to the debtor.
"Delinquency" means wrongdoing. The term "delinquency" usually refers to juvenile delinquency. Juvenile delinquency is when a youth (under the age of 18) becomes involved in c…riminal activity (i.e., shoplifting, vandalism, selling drugs, etc.). Delinquency is costly to families, communities, states, and nations. For this reason most governments have a vested interest in delinquency prevention, and they provide a great deal of funding to address the root causes of delinquency. Most delinquency prevention efforts are funded by local, state, and federal governments. However, a increasing number of religious, civic, and other private, non-profit organizations are contributing to the delinquency prevention efforts. For more information see the related link
Initially, it's not possible unless the delinquency was placed there in error. If the delinquency was placed there correctly, then you PROBABLY have no other option than to wa…it 7 years from the date of the FIRST delinquency, before it went to collections. HOWEVER, calling the creditor has worked for some people, although once your balance or settlement has been paid, they have less incentive to work with you. Still, it's worth a shot. When you do this you MUST ask the creditor to send you a letter stating that your delinquency has been removed from your report. This is important because you need this letter to submit to the three Credit Bureaus (TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian) so that it's official that your report has been adjusted accordingly. I hope this helps you. Good Luck!
reporting credit delinquencies I am a landlord. My tenant is seriously in default of her lease and is in arrears in excess of $5,500. and refuses to pay. How can I report he…r to the credit agencies? ----------------- You will need to take her to court (small claims court) and get a judgment against her. The judgment is a legal action against her and will show up on her credit report.
juvenile is erased at 18, if over 18 then it is forever.
Answer Once an account is settled, as with a charge off, the creditor must refelct that the account is settled. Failure to do so is a violation of t…he Fair Credit Reporting Act, a federal law. Dispute the bad reporting first with the credit bureau (Equifax, TransUnion or Experian). If they fail to change it within 30 days, file a formal complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) who is their regulatory agency. * Yes. A charge off does not indicate a debt is settled or not fully collectible. A charge off simply indicates that the original creditor is clearing the account of the books and referring it to a collection agency.
Any debt CAN be reported to the credit bureaus. What you need to find out is whether or not these dues WILL be reported. Credit reporting is totally volunatary. There is no la…w or regulation which compels it. Existing laws only state that if something is reported, then it must be accurate. It is possible, but unlikely, that a timeshare company reports. Delinquent dues may be turned over to a collection agency. A CA is more likely to report their accounts. What I know is that any debt can be reported to a credit agency. I don't know if this is the case of delinquent membership dues. Yes, it can be reported to a credit agency as delinquent membership dues can be treated like debts.
Answer It really depends upon how open the creditor is to negotiations, but the standard rule is "aim low" and begin by offering a third of what the debtor… is actually willing or able to pay. For example, if the debtor owes $8,000 and can afford to pay $2,100 they should begin the negotiations at $700. However, a creditor is not going to accept a token amount if they believe they can be successful in pursuing litigation.
If you want to find out which cardholders are about to have their accounts suspended due to delinquency you would generate a report?
The terms of the invoice will determine the amount of time that it takes for an account receivable to be considered delinquent. Often many organizations have terms that re…quire payment within 30 days. It would become delinquent the day after it is due.