What is a Derogatory public record or collection?
== == A Deragatory record is an account that has had a history of late payments. A collection account is an account that was not paid on time or at all, and was closed by the creditor and sold to a collection agency.
what does this mean SERIOUS DELINQUENCY, AND DEROGATORY PUBLIC RECORD OR COLLECTION FILED NUMBER OF ACCOUNTS WITH DELINQUENCY TOO FEW ACCOUNTS CURRENTLY PAID AS AGREED PROPORTION OF LOAN BALANCES TO LOAN AMOUNTS IS TOO HIGH
A derogatory public record is a public statement regarding an individual that does not show them in a great manner. A lien on a house or car repossession are examples of things that could be shown as derogatory on someone's personal record.
This is a negative criminal or credit record that is available to be pulled by the public, such as a credit report or background check. It usually involves crimes or bad credit.
Yes, definitely. Although, it will only show up on your credit report after the hospital has proceeded to turn the debt over to a collection company and the collection company obtains a default judgment against you. At that point, it will show up on your credit as a derogatory public record/lien/judgment.
You should not make derogatory comments in public or private. Making racist jokes is derogatory and degrading to minorities.
Accounts that are past due or collection agency accounts.
The judgment part indicates that the creditor has won the lawsuit and been awarded a judgment. The collection may indicate that the debt is still outstanding or has been paid. Public means, well simply that. Anyone who is interested can find out the information. For instance if there are delinquent taxes, resulting in a lien against real estate.
They are two different issues. A derogatory (negative) trade line is a record of a consumer's past and current buying and payment activities. A collection account is generally an account that has been defaulted on. It some cases it refers to the original creditor or the OC collection representative. Or it can be in referance to a third party that has purchased the account.
Identifying Information, Trade Lines, Credit Inquiries, and Public Record and Collection Items
Record Collection was created in 2002.
I don't believe you could refer to your credit report or FICO score as a "public record" since they are actually maintained by private (not governmental) organizations. It is my understanding that entries on your record can only be "scored" by credit providers for seven years but that the actual record itself does remain permanently in the file.
Asking If you pay the collection agency can you have the derogatory item removed from your credit file?
pay the collection agency, then check what their report is about you, if not good threaten to get a attorney and bring suit
not against fathers
An album or record is a collection of related audio or music tracks distribuated to the public. most common way is a commercial. (if that makes any sense)
The Monty Python Instant Record Collection was created in 1977.
A table is a collection of related records, while a record is a collection of related individual data items. EXAMPLE: Table = collection of information about all customers Record = collection of information about a single customer (e.g. name, address, etc.)
No, a will is NOT a public record. Added: Once the person dies, the will is probated, or filed with the probate court, and then does become public record.
Public record remains public record forever, unless something is sealed.
Paul Mawhinney, founder of Record-Rama in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is the current owner of the world's largest record collection with around 3 million vinyls to his name.
Public records are filed by public offices and agencies. To get a record changed or deleted, you would have to contact the office that has the record in question. There is no guarantee you would be able to get them to delete or modify a record.
Yes, criminal warrants are a matter of public record.
Insurance claims are not public record.
Is it true a collection of less than fifty dollars will effect your credit score dramatically even if this was the only collection?
The amount of a collection account is not what impacts a consumer's credit score. The impact comes from when the account is updated/last reported on the bureaus. The reason is that 35% of the score is factored from "History", meaning what has taken place in the past. (In the simplest terms, your credit report is a history of how you have managed debts in the past.) There is specific emphasis on items dated in the… Read More
A MISDEMEANOR WILL STAY IN PUBLIC RECORD UNTILL YOU EXPONGE IT.
A record is equivalent to a row in a database, a collection of fields that are associated.
Curly and his wife are characters in the novel, 'Of Mice and Men.' Curly destroys his wife's record collection in a burst of anger, even though he knew it was important to her.
Yes converting a Chapter 13 to a 7 will further lower your credit score. It will show up on the public records section at the begining of the credit report. Once as an terminated chapter 13 and a second public record showing the filing of the Chapter 7. Each public record reduces your score. You can potentially be discharged from a Chapter 7 sooner and that's will be the time the clock will start ticking… Read More
About 69.65 million
Which record? As an open proceeding in a Federal court, it is part of the public court records for just about forever. It is on most normal credit report requests for 10 years. Lots of different data collection agencies access different records for different things.
Yes, it is certainly illegal to record a person out in public.
Absolutely! I have a great golfball collection that I have displayed in public.
Database is a collection of interrelated data. One entry in a database is referred as one record.
At present there is no Guinness World Record for this category.
Unless the Court orders the record expunged (destroyed), it is still a part of public record.
Hugh Hefner's will is not a matter of public record. It's contents are not known. Hugh Hefner's will is not a matter of public record. It's contents are not known. Hugh Hefner's will is not a matter of public record. It's contents are not known. Hugh Hefner's will is not a matter of public record. It's contents are not known.
the answer is a pencil box full
field and record
Can a collection agency report an unpaid balance on your credit report under public records that you received no subpoena for?
Yes. Finding a judgment from a past due collection account on the public record portion of your credit report is quite common. You would need to research your state's law and the state the CA was operating in to determine the requirements for notification. Many states only require the CA to attempt notification, such as sending a letter to your last known address.
Your driving record is a public record. It can be obtained through the Freedom of Information Act by anyone with a right to know, including employers and the media.
An obituary is a death notice released to news publications. So, Yes an obituary is a public record.
Yes. Divorce files are part of the public record.
Yes. Court orders are public record unless sealed by the court.
They are not public record.
Bryan Baby Williams, currently holds the world record, for the quantity of his car collection car collection.
Question isn't clear. An active (i.e.- unserved) warrant is not usually a "public' record. The fact that you may have been arrested on a warrant IS a public record. If that doesn't answer your question, reword and resubmit it.
"Tending to detract or diminish" "Disparaging; belittling: a derogatory comment." Derogatory. Ask.com. 26 November. Definition of derogatory
With the filing...it is a matter of public record. That isn't to say they have to advertise it.....but the public record is exactly that, and anyone can find it, and generally, newspapers and such publish it.