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How to Remove Collection Accounts From Your Credit Report


If you have collection accounts on your credit report, there are several ways to remove them. You can negotiate with the creditor to have the account removed, you can dispute the debt with the credit bureau, or you can wait for the statute of limitations to expire.


Negotiating with the creditor is often the best option, as they may be willing to remove the account from your credit report in exchange for payment. If you are unable to pay the debt, you can dispute it with the credit bureau. This will require you to provide documentation proving that the debt is not yours or that it has already been paid. If neither of these options is possible, you can wait for the statute of limitations to expire. After seven years, collection agencies are no longer able to sue you for unpaid debts and the account will be removed from your credit report.





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