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When disputing using TU "handwritten form"

Do you think they will process if I do NOT give out my current employer - give me a break they don't need my DL # or current Employer - just curious what others have done...I'm completely a reinvestigation form because I want to know MOV based on a dispute I did online through TC.
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Re: When disputing using TU "handwritten form"

you do not have to give them current employer, but sometimes they want a copy of your DL and SS card, also with EX they want utility bill with current address on it.  I would send it to them, so your results don't get held up, because they want identity verification
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Thanks Sunny:smileyhappy:  I just don't think my current employer needs to be reported - everyone I owe KNOWS where to find me:smileyhappy:
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also, if investigating  online, they shouldn't need it. If they do, believe me, you will get a letter stating what they want
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I did the dispute online originally but it just came back as "verified" and remains - but it's got me with a stupid $5k credit line with some CMG company and it shows OPEN, which let me tell you if I have that credit line, we'd have a few more necessities than we do, it is definitely NOT open.
 
So, I am taking someone else's advice on here and using PEN to write my "reinvestigation form" that I printed out (your supposed to do this if you disagree) and they'll look into it.  I thought by using PEN and writing thank you and smiley's all over it might help them just say the heck with it!
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I recommend that you not use the CRA provided forms for disputing. They may tend to think, "This one is compliant enough to use our form. Deny the dispute and make 'em try again."
 
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You rock - thanks Noah - since I just did it last week, do you think they'll flag me as a meanie or something if I do it tonight?
 
Thanks a MILLION!!!:smileyhappy::smileyvery-happy:
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Re: When disputing using TU "handwritten form"

Noah, again thank you for the response.  I seriously was beginning to think I had dumb questions but I needed answers:smileyhappy:
 
Can you send me their latest fax number?  It says for re-investigation (if you don't agree with results) then fill in the form.  I don't want to do it that way:smileyhappy:
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