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Ok so here's the run down. I have 4 things on my credit score 1 is a $200 debt owed to university of phoenix 2 are completed loans that were paid on time every single month for two years each, and the last is a current loan Ive had for 1 year with 1 year left on it and same thing, it's paid every month. I purposely got this loan so that my bank can report each month that my payments are on time and the correct amount. Let me back track one second to the university of phoenix . I started their school in fall 2009 online and thay told me it was going to be $4,000 and that included the online text books. One week into it, they upped my tuition to $8,000 because they went through my parents tax refund paperwork and they decided that they can up my tuition based on their income. I freaked out with them on the phone saying that is NOT the agreement I signed up for and also my parents aren't paying for it I am and I cannot afford another $4,000. I told them to discontinue my account based on what they just did to me. They OKed my dismissal, then get a bill for $500 saying that's what I owed for the 3 weeks of classes I did plus text books. I immediately called them yet again because I haven't even been a student for 3 weeks it was 1 week, and also I never received or even ordered a textbook from them. I was specifically told that I had the choice of using a text book for free on their website minnesota I could order a physical copy. I didn't, I used the free online one. So I argued all of this with them and they took off $300 from that $500, leaving me with $200. I asked what that was for and they told me the textbooks! I told them to shove the $200 up their butt cuz I'm not paying for an effing text book I never ordered. They put my account into collections and now 4 years later I'm having trouble getting a credit card. What I don't get is this is only one bad mark but I have 3 good ones so how is my credit score dropping? Last I checked it was an even 600. Its now 550
Paid/closed accounts in good standing remain on your credit report for at least 10 years. They just don't count as much as open, active accounts. You only have one open active account and that default says you are a higher risk. You will need at least 24 months of consistent, on time payment history to overcome that defaulted account. You should have dealt with cancellation in writing and not relied on phone conversations. In fact, you should have paid the $200 and been done with it. Now you have another 3 years for it to age off your credit. The good news is that the older this gets, the less impact on your score.
One negative means you are a credit risk, deadbeat and irresponsible. You will have that problem till the default falls off your credit report.