Day: June 20, 2017

Inconsistent Disputes Lead to Poor Results

Letren v. Trans Union, LLC, 2017 WL 445237 (D. Md. February 2, 2017) – Judge Xinis In September of 2008, the Plaintiff’s property was foreclosed on. In December of 2009, the Plaintiff filed a Ch. 7 bankruptcy.  Beginning in March of 2010, after Trans Union received notice of the bankruptcy, it began reporting the Chase mortgage account as having been included in the bankruptcy. In 2013, the Plaintiff received a copy of his TransUnion credit report, which was reporting the amount owed at “$0.00” with former terms of “$4,222 per month.” The status of the accounts as listed as “CBL:

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