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I haven't seen an expert in these forums on this particular topic, answers to my earlier questions have been generic.
I defaulted on 3 credit cards from 3 different banks as I was jobless. I settled these cards in December 2011. 2 Banks stopped reporting it to CIBIL after the amount was settled. One bank continues to report it to CIBIL even to this date. And they say they will continue to report until the waived off amount is paid.
My question is 1. How long can they continue to report to CIBIL even though the account is settled.
2. How is that 2 banks stopped reporting and 1 continues to report. Is there different regulations for different banks.
I ask this question because CIBIL maintains the record of a closed account only for 7 years after the bank has stopped reporting. But the third bank will continue to ruin my credit score till the time I am alive.