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How do you dispute a federal tax lien appearing on your credit report?

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2006-07-27 22:10:39
2006-07-27 22:10:39

You must notify the Lein Holder, in most cases it is the IRS. On your credit report there will be a c document number. In writing notify the IRS with the document number. Ask them to give you a written status. The date it was satisfied and if it is within 10 years as them to remove it. You must notify the Lein Holder, in most cases it is the IRS. On your credit report there will be a c document number. In writing notify the IRS with the document number. Ask them to give you a written status. The date it was satisfied and if it is within 10 years as them to remove it.

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