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Have you contacted the credit reporting agencies about the error? If yes, what did they say?
Typically, and by law, they only remove inaccurate or erroneous information. How did they end up removing accurate and correct information?
Thank you for the additional information. If the information deleted was done in error, and you have no objection to restoring the erroneously deleted information, there is no reason why they could not put the positive information back on your report.
If they refuse you can file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.
See the following link to file a complaint online:
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If the information was erroneously removed and your credit report is no longer accurate then you will need to file a complaint with the FTC to have the erroneously deleted information restored.