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How do I remove a satisfied judgment or a tax lien from my credit report?

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How do I remove a satisfied judgment or a tax lien from my credit report?

If there is a judgment or lien on your credit report and that judgment has been satisfied, you must contact the credit reporting agency in writing and include copies of the documents that support your position, for example, a copy of the signed warrant to satisfy judgment. You must supply your complete name and address and identify each item in the report that you dispute. State your position and request the deletion or correction of the item in question. You should follow the same procedure if there is incorrect information on your credit report.