Negative information on your credit report can lower your credit scores.

That information remains on your credit report for a set period of time. For example, late payments appear for seven years from the date you first missed a payment. Paying off a collection account won't remove it from your credit report. Bankruptcies can remain on your report for seven to ten years, depending on the type of bankruptcy. The good news is, we can help with these items so you can focus on the things you can positively influence, including paying all your bills on time.

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