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Re: Amex 3x cli results

You can dispute stuff for free... Credit reports are fillllllled with inaccuracies. Lol;-)
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Re: Amex 3x cli results


timkrof wrote:

I was just appoved for their BCEP card and I am interested to see wich report they pull for their CLI's?  Thanks!


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Sometimes TU with original application and rarely but sometimes all 3 but CLI ONLY EX.

 

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youngandcreditwrthy wrote:
You can dispute stuff for free... Credit reports are fillllllled with inaccuracies. Lol;-)

winner winner chicken dinner!  


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Re: Amex 3x cli results

Hahahhah @jake!

That's how they did my 3xcli credit addict. In fact, Amex only sps my exp report for account reviews
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Re: Amex 3x cli results

With Experian,unlike the other two, there is no need to even play the "dispute" ruse to see a current report.  At the bottom of the Experian dot com home page, there is a link to "View Report Again".  You do need to put a valid report number in to gain access, but it will work for many months.  I am still using my free one from August.  The report that you are viewing is a current real time report, not a copy of what you have aleady seen.    And you can see softs.    When you log out a pop-up reminds you to write the number down if you want to see your report again "in the neat future.  An Experian rep pointed this out to me so I could verify an update he was doing.

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tdoger wrote:

With Experian,unlike the other two, there is no need to even play the "dispute" ruse to see a current report.  At the bottom of the Experian dot com home page, there is a link to "View Report Again".  You do need to put a valid report number in to gain access, but it will work for many months.  I am still using my free one from August.  The report that you are viewing is a current real time report, not a copy of what you have aleady seen.    And you can see softs.    When you log out a pop-up reminds you to write the number down if you want to see your report again "in the neat future.  An Experian rep pointed this out to me so I could verify an update he was doing.


Interesting, thanks for the tip tdoger.

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