Can a judgment be removed from my credit report?

Answer If a creditor files a lawsuit against you and you either do not appear in court on the day of the hearing or defend yourself but lose the case, a judgment will appear on your credit report. Judgmen... Read More »

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How to Delete a Judgment From My Credit Report?

A judgment is a formal decision or order given by a court of law. With respect to your credit report, judgments pertain to decisions regarding the repayment of debt. Creditors and other lenders who... Read More »

How long does a judgment stay on a credit report from Equifax?

According to the Fair Credit Reporting Act, judgments remains on credit reports from all three credit bureaus, including Equifax, for seven years or until the statute of limitations for judgment en... Read More »

How is bad credit removed from my credit report?

Negative items on your credit report can keep you from doing a lot of important things in your life, such as buying a new home or car or getting the job of your dreams.ErrorsYou have the right to i... Read More »

Can items be removed from a credit report?

Information, including negative debts, cannot be removed from a debtor’s credit report unless it is inaccurate, has been paid off or has been on file for, typically, seven years or more. Debtors ... Read More »