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Cap 1 - Citi Bank BB Card

So i disputed with Equifax on my report about my BB card on when they transferred from CAP1 to Citi, because it showed Closed and that irritated me when it was a transfer, well good news they confirmed it and now it shows on my EQ report that it was sold/transferred, but my question is do i need to do this with the other 2 bureaus or does EQ contact them for me?

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Re: Cap 1 - Citi Bank BB Card


Skye12329 wrote:

So i disputed with Equifax on my report about my BB card on when they transferred from CAP1 to Citi, because it showed Closed and that irritated me when it was a transfer, well good news they confirmed it and now it shows on my EQ report that it was sold/transferred, but my question is do i need to do this with the other 2 bureaus or does EQ contact them for me?


You have to contact the other bureaus directly.  The CRAs do not exchange information about your file. 

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