02-01-2013 09:48 PM
Closed my First Premier credit card last week and found this note on my account. "dispute resolved customer disagrees" I'm not sure exactly if this just appeared upon closing or earlier perhaps. I have never disputed anything on my credit report before. The only thing I have done was I had a fradulant charge from itunes for some chinese movies or something. I asked for a new credit card number to prevent any further unexpected charges. I didn't even dispute the charges themselves, they said I would have to mail in a statement etc. it wasn't worth my time, I just payed the 50 bucks. They sent me a new card with new number and I went on about my business. Could that cause this to show on my credit report?
03-21-2013 09:19 AM
Well if you started the dispute and didn't provide what they wanted, they must have closed it on their own. I know when I was disputing something with PNC it said something about a dispute for two months.
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