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I have already taken care of this with CSC. My CSC records are 100% accurate - I have double and triple-checked this. And they have updated all my records their database, which they say is shared with Equifax.My problem is that when I pull Equifax info from TrueCredit or MyFICO, there are two or three tradelines that are incorrect. And when creditors pull my info, they will be pulling from EQ, not CSC. So I am just trying to find out why EQ does not have the same info as CSC, and if there is a time lag in reporting, how long must I wait for the two sets of records to line up.
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