Tax Liens And Civil Judgements

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That's interesting, but what does this mean?

"This summer, if a lien or judgment does not match three of their four criteria of name, address, social security number or birthdate, it will no longer appear on a credit report."

If all that criteria does match, does the lien or judgement stay on the credit report? Wouldn't that information be accurate in most cases?
4 years 3 months ago #16
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Tax Liens And Civil Judgements was created by Moneyes

They are going to be dropped from your credit report if you have any. Story here: http://www.nbcnews.com/business/consumer/changes-credit-report-criteria-could-boost-scores-n733596

I heard this on my talk radio show last night and thought, finally, some good financial news for us, the average consumer.

What do you think of this new development?
4 years 3 months ago #17