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No. Paying a derogatory item from 1999 cannot extend the reporting period, which is established by the Fair Credit Reporting Act as 7 years from the month and year you last paid the account in a timely manner.

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Q: If you find a bounced check from 1999 on your credit report would paying it make it show up on your credit report for another 7 years?
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