Is deleting a CO just an urban myth?

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    dealpal
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    I am currently working with Lexington Law (which I’m gonna stop pretty soon but that’s not the point) I am considering going at trying to remove my CO on my own but everything I read suggests this is just not possible. I have 3 CO, and two collections stemming from the COs. Has anyone ever succesfully had one of these things removed??? I’m starting to think I should just crawl into a hole and wait an additional 3 years for this to just drop off. Sure you can dispute anything but with a CO does it EVER work!? My collections were easy to get knocked off because they’re all just a bunch of gate trolls looking to make a buck who can’t varify anything, but if I didn’t have the CO then the collections wouldn’t even be an issue. And the collections always weasel their way back on.
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    Is there anyone who’s beat this monster without waiting 7.5 years? (Yes I know it’s all my fault, but it’s no like we reward people for paying their CO debts. If I could pay this off tomorrow and know it would just go away I would, but that’s not how it works-unless it’s a pay for delete which is an even bigger myth I hear)*Is there some magic*varification letter written by the credit Apostles in Heaven that I could use to get this knocked off once and for all?

    *crickets*

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