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- n. Any credit account as shown on a consumer credit report
- n. A line of credit
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Marty Flynn, president of Credit Communications in San Ramon, Calif., a credit reporting firm, says most rescorings take three to five days and cost an average of $30 per "tradeline" or credit account per borrower.
If the lender shows "settled for less than the amount due" on your mortgage tradeline, some future lenders will look at that as a foreclosure.
Fannie Mae's automated underwriting system won't accept any application where there is a notation in the credit report that a consumer has disputed an account or "tradeline."
The upcoming NHL tradeline of March 4 won't be about Vinny Lecavalier or Ilya Kovalchuk or Alex Kovalev.
(Must pay the company tradeline debts on time to get a business credit from D&B.