Q: Why do items come back on my credit report after disputed?

A: Some items may return on your credit report because the creditor or reporting agency is attempting to place it back on. But according to the Fair Credit Reporting Act, it must be removed within 30 days of the inaccuracy. Reporting agencies are fully aware that you can legally sue them for inaccurate information that they do not properly investigate as well.

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