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  1. One of my charge off accounts as reported by the OC years ago.It still sits with the OC- It went on my credit report a few years ago- Now I see a new reporting date of a recent date within 30 days. I think I disputed this a long time ago and it was written off by OC- not sure have to check- The agent at Equifax told me that this means that they just looked at it as nothing else has changed. Is that a normal I asked for them to place a new reposted date on it. The old date was 3 years ago and now it just looks like they just reported it again. this is how it shows Date of Last Activity: N/A this field Date Major Delinquency First Reported: is blank should I do anything? Seems like when you start to dispute, they remember the debt and then you get sued-
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