02-03-2012 07:31 PM
Jordan I emailed you
Can someone,anyone please pm me the #? I am calling and leaving a message tomorrow. I need this done by monday in order to proceed.Thanks
02-03-2012 08:47 PM
I left a message for Dorothy late last night on her direct line and she called me back this afternoon to advise me everything was taken care of. LOVE HER. Contact me if you need her #.
02-07-2012 02:52 PM - edited 02-07-2012 02:54 PM
Anothery success thanks to Dorothy.
I am currently in the process of purchasing a home and was told by my loan officer the dispute comments must be removed. My equifax report llsted 3 accounts with dispute comments and none on my transunion report. Not sure about experian, but waiting on loan officer to provide a copy of the report. Anyway, as mentioned in some other threads, I called Ms. Dorothy @ Equifax, left her a detailed voicemail with my ssn, dob, and contact info asking to have the dispute comments removed as I am purchasing a home. She called back later the same afternoon to let me know she has removed the commnents. They are also mailing a confirm letter, which the loan officer requested I provide.
Her number was found doing a google search. She also mentioned they could resubmit the inquiry for the update to show. I was concerned about the updates hurting my fico score as I'm sitting right at 640, but so far nothing from scorewatch. I'm guessing/hoping score may not be affected as the 3 accounts are 6 - 6.5 years old.
02-07-2012 05:41 PM
I am in a similar situation with my home loan. I have to remove the "in dispute" status from my credit report in order to close on my wife and I's first home. EX and TU were easy:
phone call, BOOM, done 3 days max.
Equifax has decided to dispute the disputed status. If someone could PM me Dorothy's number my wife will probably bake you a cake and clean your house for the next year!
Thanks in advance!!
02-07-2012 06:49 PM
not sure how to pm you but if you search for equifax and dorothy you should find the number. You could also google equifax executive customer service and you'll get it as well. Can't remember the number right now but a little more searching will get you there. If you can't find it, let me know and I'll look it up again.
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