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Hello everyone, I'm currently facing a credit conundrum that has thrown a wrench into my mortgage application process, and I'm seeking urgent advice.


In the midst of applying for a mortgage, I discovered that my credit report is reflecting my student loans twice – once from my previous servicer, Aidvantage, and again through my new servicer, Mohela. This erroneous duplication is making it appear as though I have double the amount of debt.


In an attempt to resolve this issue, I reached out to Aidvantage, and they acknowledged being aware of the problem, assuring me that I'm not the only one grappling with this issue. They mentioned their intention to escalate the matter but cautioned that it might take some time. Aidvantage recommended that I also dispute the discrepancy with Experian.


My primary concern now is how to expedite the correction process on Aidvantage's end. Additionally, I'm curious if Experian has the ability to rectify the error more promptly. What steps can I take to ensure a swift resolution?


I've been recommended lawyers who specialize in credit disputes https://www.legallistings.us/washington/colfax/attorneys/nuxoll-libey-ensley-esser-nelson-pllc. Considering the potential impact on my mortgage application and the urgency of resolving this issue, legal action seems like a viable option. Has anyone else faced a similar situation, and what insights or advice can you offer as I navigate through this challenging ordeal? Your shared experiences and guidance will be immensely valuable. Thanks for your help!

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