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My Credit Report says I have outstanding judgements and/or notices, what can I do?

Resolve all judgements and notices against you. If you have already, all you can do is wait, or contact the credit bureau.

Judgements and notices have a harmful affect on your credit score. If you have any open against your name, it should be a priority to try and resolve the dispute in a court.

Once you have had your dispute resolved, it will be visible on your credit score for up to 2 years. This does not mean it will be marked as open on your credit report for 2 years, it means the judgement will appear for any lender to see for 2 years. Thereafter, it will be removed.

Updated on July 25, 2019

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