it all depends who is the lender and what type of loan your getting.
An unpaid account that is removed from a CR, may have been "bought" by a third or even fourth party collector. That collector can replace the account in question on the CR whenever they initiate collection proceedings. There really are no "disappearing debts" not even in BK. The exception would be the death of a sole debtor who lived in a non-community property state. And even then there are creditors who would literally pursue the deceased to the grave and beyond.
Well the owner of Stardoll could be a man or a woman, old or young. If they were young they could have an account but for all you know they could be dead. This means it's more likely they don't have an account. If the owner had a child from seven - twenty this child would be most likely to have an account. Put it this way: the owner of stardoll whoever that is, isn't likely to have an account but their son/daughter would be most likely to have one. Thank you.
The account can read 'settled-not paid in full'-'settled-paid' or similar. The account should not be listed as 'past due' but any unpaid amount can be picked up by a collection agency who may try and collect on the unpaid amount. Monitor your credit report [[yearly] for any changes in the account status. Don't be afraid of disputing any inaccurate information, after all this is your credit report. Keep all written confirmations of accounts paid in full for about seven years so you have proof at a later date, if necessary.
Any unpaid loan will remain on your credit record for seven years from the last date of payment. In the event the lender obtained a judgment against the debtor, it will remain on the record for ten years past the date the judgment was issued. In some cases, if the lender obtains a judgment, the account is not paid, and the lender obtains an extension, the record will remain for an additional ten years past the first ten.
If by "statute of limitations" you mean how long will you be responsible for any unpaid balance, that would be seven years from the date of last payment. If in the likely event that the lender obtained a judgment against you for the unpaid balance, that time limit will increase to ten years from the date of last payment. If the lender is not able to recover the unpaid balance in that time, he may petition the court for a ten year extension.
How badly... is a closely guarded secret, but it will hurt you. How long is a minimum of seven years. You should phone the electric company people and try to explain that the account is closed or just pay the bill, the worst thing you can do it ignore the problem. I don't know how much something like that would hurt a credit score, but it could be big and won't just go away, don't risk a good credit score for something as simple as an electric bill
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