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McGrawgal
Posts: 28
Registered: ‎03-30-2007
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Dispute results in ALLIANCEONE deletion

:smileyhappy:
 
I recieved notice via mail today that my dispute results for Experian are complete.
Admitantly, I made a HUGE mistake and submitted my dispute online through TrueCredit with which I have the report monitoring service. Turns out, they re-route you to annualcreditreport.com for disputes, something I didn't realize until AFTER I had clicked the submit button.
I was kicking myself for weeks afterwards since I had read a post by Tuscani specifically stating that to dispute via annualcreditreport.com was a bad idea since it allowed the CRA's two extra weeks to verify!
Anyway...One of my disputes(medical, held by ALLIANCEONE) came back DELETED :smileyhappy: and the other with CRED PROTECTIONS ASSOC verified :smileysad: so I guess, I'll be attempting a PFD with them. 
Now just to figure out which part of the country pulls Experian frequently so I can decide where to relocate to :smileytongue:
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sl
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Registered: ‎04-11-2007
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Re: Dispute results in ALLIANCEONE deletion

I was able to get a PFD from Credit Protection Assoc.  Try a PDF if a valid debt.
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McGrawgal
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Re: Dispute results in ALLIANCEONE deletion

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Thanks sl I'll definately be giving that a try.
 
 


Message Edited by McGrawgal on 06-28-2007 11:32 AM

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