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if the creditor withdraws the negative report, can the collection agencey withdraw the negative report from the CRA?

Thanks to the previous poster who clarified my answer. I am new at this so I am only answering what I know. As for this question, I think the original creditor and the collection agency are different entities. So if a creditor withdraws a negative report, the collection agency would not automatically withdraw their negative information.

That would be something to consider if you were to do some negotiation with an original creditor in a debt that has gone to collection.
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