When do delinquent accounts drop off your credit report?

Answer Most negative information remains on your credit report for seven years; if you file for bankruptcy, it can be reported for 10 years. Unpaid judgments against you remain on your report for seven ye... Read More »

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How long should delinquent credit stay on a credit report?

Delinquent credit remains on your credit report for seven years, unless it is a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, in which case it remains for a decade. Delinquencies that are older have a smaller negative imp... Read More »

How long does a delinquent phone bill remain on a credit report?

Negative information, such as a delinquent phone bill, stays on your credit report for up to seven years. You may be able to dispute the information and have it removed earlier if there is a legit... Read More »

How Long Should Old Accounts Stay on a Credit Report?

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How do I delete negative accounts off of a credit report?

DisputeObtain a copy of the credit report and identify negative accounts (charge-offs, for instance, may show with marking "R9" or words "charged off," and accounts may be noted as late.) Write eac... Read More »