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CHall wrote:As stated in an earlier post, I am in the rebuilding phase. From what I've been able to glean, it appears that TC is the only economically feasible way to monitor credit reports. Is this correct? Can one file disputes via TC?
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Noah_Bodie wrote:Several folks on other forums have been praising the monitoring service at AMEX, but you need to be a card holder. Folks who previously had been happy TC subscribers. Once I get back into AMEX's good graces, I'll probably check out their service.
07-06-2007 07:55 AM
Several folks on other forums have been praising the monitoring service at AMEX, but you need to be a card holder. Folks who previously had been happy TC subscribers. Once I get back into AMEX's good graces, I'll probably check out their service.
I'm a TC daily puller here, and I've been hearing quite a bit of the AMEX monitoring service hype recently... I'm also a new AMEX card holder. I'm going to check it out...Rob
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