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The question I have is whether this is really going to affect the outcome of credit check when you are buying a house. At this point you are not in college, and I assume you have a steady work record. Could you find out from the bank you are working with how much of a problem this actually is?

I know the whole thing is annoying, but is it going to be worth your time and effort getting it fixed at this point?

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