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Is there a way to remove the negative information from your credit report if you have had volunteer repossession and paid off the remainder?


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2004-04-27 08:47:42
2004-04-27 08:47:42

Best way to do that is to negotiate the removal as part of the payoff with the lender. Otherwise, not likely because it is part of your credit history.


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