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The collections agency cant change you interest OR a late fee if you have no relationship with them... you didn't enter into a relationship stating that you would pay them - so they have no means by which they can collect that against you (unless, perhaps, if they take you to court and show how it was they came upon the debt). But, it's not likely to succeed if you've already paid the vendor directly. Can I answer anything else for you? Please let me know. I’m always happy to answer follow ups and I'd be happy to answer any other questions you have. Just please consider the fact that we have no control over the law. Also, if there's anything I'm misunderstanding about your question, please let me know. If you don’t need any additional information at this time, a “THANKS FOR THE INFO” will allow me to record that I’ve answered your question. It won’t close out the question or anything like that, so if you think of anything else I’ll be able to help you with that as well :-) Thank you.
there's no code you'd need to reference - but if you can get a receipt showing payment you can just send it to them. Also, the collections agency can't put this on your credit - and if the original creditor did, hopefully they'll be willing to remove it now that you've paid in full. Is there anything else I can answer for you? If you have all of the information you need, a “THANKS FOR THE INFO” will allow me to record the question as answered, but it won’t close out your question so if you have follow-up questions I would be happy to answer them.
You would dispute it directly with the credit bureaus.
But if it's not a debt they hold, they can't. And once you show that you paid it, the credit bureau will remove it.
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