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Edit Account - Account
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Edit Account - Customer
Edit Account - Customer Employment
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General Reporting Guidelines
Banking / Savings & Loan / Credit Union - Installment Loan & Line of Credit
Child Support Reporting
Credit Cards (non-Retail Cards)
Loan Finance Companies
Third Party Collection Agency/Debt Purchaser/Factoring Company Reporting
Student Loan Reporting
Utility Company Reporting
Consumer Dispute Process
Accounts Included In Bankruptcy
Account Status, Payment Rating, Special Comment
Consumers Affected by Natural Disaters
First Time Reporters
What if we don’t currently capture data for a specific field in our system?
FAQ 19 - How should deceased borrowers be reported?
FAQ 34 - How should charged off accounts be reported?
FAQ 38 - How should accounts that are paid in full for less than the full balance (i.e., settled) be reported?
FAQ 39 - How should a paid in full, closed account be reported?
FAQ 40 - How should a closed account be reported that has an outstanding balance?
FAQ 41 - How long should paid accounts (Account Status Codes 13, 61-65) continue to be reported?
FAQ 62 - How should an account be reported when merchandise has been repossessed?
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Account Type Codes
Terms/Payment Amount Conversion to Monthly
Account Status Codes
Special Comment Codes by Portfolio
Special Comment Codes
Date of First Delinquency
Fair Credit Reporting Act Excerpts
Consumer Information Indicators (bankruptcy codes)
General Rules for Address
Compliance Condition Codes
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