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2008-11-01 22:17:29
2008-11-01 22:17:29

It happens and can be disputed. Call you credit card company or credit agencies.

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Is it for the same account or do you have another account with them?


You should dispute and have this consolidated with the correct information. Not all creditors or people looking at the credit report would notice this was the same account.


You can obtain your credit report for free through your credit card company twice a year. You can also request your credit history through equifax, transunion, or experian for a small fee.


No, it's the same account and the new creditor is simply taking over the same rights as the original creditor.


IT IS NOT ILEGAL FOR ANYONE TO HAVE A DEBT SHOW UP TWICE ON THEIR CREDIT REPORT. THE BEST THING TO DO IS CALL THE CREDITOR OR COLLECTION AGENCY THAT THIS DEBT IS UNDER AND HAVE THEM REMOVE THE EXTRA INFORMATION OFF OF YOUR CREDIT REPORT. ASK THEM TO REPORT IT TO THE BUREAUS IN ORDER FOR THIS TO BE RESOLVED.


Some people wonder whether they really need to keep an eye on their credit report. They wonder whether it is necessary to check their credit score, credit report, and other relevant information. The truth of the matter is that you should check this information every couple of months. The more you check it, the smaller the chance that something bad can go unnoticed. When dealing with issues on your credit report, time is of the essence. The sooner you find out about things, the more likely it is that you can get those things taken off of your report.


Most lenders report once or twice a month to the credit reporting agencies and usually on a specific date. This date depends entirely on the lender. So, it can take anywhere from one to thirty-one days.


no.This is in violation of The Fair Credit Act and The Fair Debt Collection Act.Report this to the FTC and your state attorney office.then look for a lawyer to sue them.


8 out of 10 people have negative, errors or derogotory items on their credit report. This can be disputed.As I was reading this question, it could be a timing difference between when each credit card reports your debt. It can either be cleared up in the month or if it is a debt that went into collections then see paragraph above.


Most creditor/clients of the CRA's report monthly via automated tapes. Some creditors report sporatically, some never report. Some only report when you are late, like utility companies. Most creditors report on a 30 days cycle, but that isn't always the beginning or ending of the month. It will also take some time to report on your credit report. So probably you are looking at a 60 days turn around on most late payments.


After the foreclosure is finalized and the property has reverted back to the lender. The original mortgage loan account shows in the "credit" portion of your credit report. The industry term for its' appearance is "tradeline". Ordinarly, mortgage loans, like other types of trade lines, remain with the original creditor for 180 days after they become delinquent. This is a standard amount of time and may vary according to your specific contract. After 180 days of not being paid, creditors normally take action. If the account is for a vehicle loan, an order for repossession is put into effect; if the account is a credit card, it is "charged off" or sold/transferred to collections (either in-house or outside collection agency); if the account is a mortgage loan, foreclosure proceedings are begun. This notation is then placed on the tradeline. A foreclosure, once filed, is a legal action. A separate listing of the legal filing then gets reported in the "public records" portion of your credit report. It shows the date the legal action was filed, has a separate period of time (commencing on the filing date)for how long it can show on your credit report and now needs a disposition. So the answer to your question is that a foreclosure notation may show twice on your credit report in different areas, both when proceedings have begun and after the foreclosure has been granted. The notice of foreclosure will show as soon as the process begins. This will show in the area of the usual tradelines where the lender is listed. When the foreclosure is finalized, there will be a paid date showing on the record. There will not be any notice in the Public Records section since it is not a court record.


COMPANIES TEND TO MAKE MISTAKES WHEN IT COMES TO DEBTS APPEAR ON YOUR CREDIT REPRT MORE THEN ONCE. THE BEST THING TO DO IS CONTACT THIS CREDITOR AND HAVE THEM REMOVE THE EXTRA DEBT BY REPORTING IT TO THE BUREAUS. THEY WILL INFORM YOU ON WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE.


writing the same report twice


Unless the authorization you signed specified only ONE pull of your credit report, then you have little recourse. It is typical for lenders of all types to perform multiple pulls of a consumers' credit report when trying to secure financing. For this reason, the scoring models count multiple pulls within a short period of time as only one pull.


Individuals cannot "put" something on someone else's credit report. Judgments are part of the public record, and as such, are the subject of routine searches by individuals who re-sell this type of information to Credit Reporting Agencies. So, if you were the prevailing party in a judgment, you can be relatively certain the judgment will find it's way onto the defendants credit. In most states, a judgment must be recorded twice to ensure that it attachs to any real property owned by the defendant.


A company would not change an account number or an amount owed, in order to place it on the consumer's CR. They would not risk being sued for an illegal transaction. As an aside, the amount of paperwork would be costly and pointless. Either it is a mistake, which they should be made aware of by the consumer. Or it is another account that the consumer has defaulted on. Or it is identity theft, and it should be followed up on immmediately.


Something is weird here!No company can collect on one check twice.If a Cr Card company somehow made an operational mistake like this - maybe the electronic type, first - the funds essentially are in your credit card it collected for - (so little harm) - second - they would likely correct it immeadiatley upon seeing 2 withdrawals were made on one draft authorization.No check can be honored twice.A bank that honors a previously used check should be liable. (However, as a check is kept by the bank that cashes it, how did the presenting party still have it to present again?)SS funds can't be seized/garnished. However, once deposited in an account, they become indistinguishable to other funds.


No, at least, not in the same account.


Don't make a payment from a credit report point of view, its the last date of activities in other words the last date you made the payment. They can report this from 7 years of the last payment. Keep in mind that you have the right to challenge double entries on your credit report e.g Collection and Creditors reporting twice and many collections attempt to get you to make a payment in order to extend this time. Don't if its been over two years it does not affect your credit score as much and if you are attempting to get a mortgage, pay that debt in escrow at closing. Source: Credit Bible by Phil Turner


it means the bank has taken money out of your account because; - they possibly covered a refund until the company you received the refund from has paid it back - a company has charged you twice for the one transaction if you notified the bank they have covered the refund until the company pays it back into your account. best thing to do is contact you bank in the frauds and refunds department


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Get buy 1 take 1 twice.


Yes I had the line of credit twice and you can use it the same day after 1 hour of receiving it.


Usually only 2-3 days. They sometimes say "up to 10 business days", but that's just so people see the credit sooner and are happy it didn't take 2 weeks. But a lot of it depends on the place you spent the money. I've used a card at places that only send the charges or credits to the credit card company twice a month, so you end up waiting forever when it's not the credit card company's fault.



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