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  1. Hi guys, I hope someone can help me. Long story short: My husband and I are trying to buy a house and there is one final issue that needs resolving to get the loan. I had an old debt with US Bank that was charged off in 2011 and sold to a JDB in 2012. On Experian and Equifax it shows as charged off/sold with a $0 balance to US Bank. On TransUnion, it shows it was charged off and shows a balance of $5400. I called US Bank and they said they do in fact show a balance due, even though the account does not belong to them. The account was settled with the JDB earlier this year. (Something I wanted to avoid/go to court over but I decided it wasn't worth the stress so I just paid them off). My issue is TransUnion needs to show this account with US Bank as reporting $0. Is there a form letter I need to use? I have been googling and I haven't found anything to be very helpful. You would think they could just update it over the phone. I don't owe them (or anyone!) money. What should I say in my request and what should I include? Please help.
  2. First off thanks for reading my post. Like many of us have experienced 2008 was a HORRIBLE year. Lost my decent paying job down to nothing for a while then making half of what I was before. Did what many people did and that was max out my credit cards, tried to keep up with the minimums for a little while then couldnt afford that. Went into collections and then I stuck my head in the sand, I pulled my head out once with debt consolidation for a few months in 2009 and couldn't afford that either. I have had my head in the sand ever since because none of the collection agencies were willing to accept what I could afford to pay them. I pulled my credit report since I got declined from a job almost immediately after my background interview. Then I found this web site. I noticed on my report that all of my credit card debt lists "charge off" and appears under something else with a collection agency. I am assuming that means it was sold to a junk debt buyer. An example of what is on my report. Original Creditor: Capital One Payment Status: Charge Off Account Type: Credit Card Credit Limit: 500.00 Date Open:6/1/2008 Last update: 8/1/2009 New Creditor: Portfolio Recovery & Affiliates Payment Status: seriously past due date/ assigned to attorney, collection agency, or credit grantors internal collection department Account type: collection account Balance $1284 Date open: 02/01/2013 Last Update: 05/01/2013 So I know the statute of limitations on revolving debt in Idaho is 4 years. I believe this one can easily be fought since I quit paying on that prior to 8/1/2009. One of my main questions is can I still do the validation process after the 30 day period as stated in the law? I have a few other things on my report that are just as similar to this example. any advice would be great!
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