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  1. Hi, I think I have a couple legitimate claims on 2 lates for my FedLoan Servicing Student Loan. LEGIT CLAIM #1: submitted a deferment request in May 2013, which was denied repeatedly for no good reason. I faxed the paperwork over at least 4 or 5 times, yet they claimed they never had the full documentation. Also, for some inexplicable reason, despite requesting temporary forbearance during the time my deferment claim was pending, it wasn't processed correctly, unbeknownst to me. Therefore I unknowingly accrued lates during this time. After finally speaking to a competent manager, I
  2. I check my CR's online every 4 months. I have copies of my reports going back 15 years. While applying for a new apartment, I was informed I had to pay 2 months upfront due to negative on credit. I said "What are you talking about?" They said there was a bill for $698 outstanding. It was a medical bill. In May, I found that 5 year old medical bill (that was paid) still reporting on Equifax only. Disputed, was deleted. Checked Experian yesteday. Found collection for $10,090 backdated to 2010. Disputed immediately. Called Experian today, asked how this is possible? Experian said Co