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Registered: ‎09-25-2012
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Anyone ever had this problem?

I go to Experian to do a dispute, I go through the whole process and at the very end it says that the system is not available at this time to call and dispute? Anyone ever called and done a dispute, does it take awhile?

Starting Score: 9/1/12 - EX:527 - EQ:586 - TU:547 - FICO:586
Current Score: 1/23/13 - EX:651 - EQ:679 - TU:628 - FICO:679
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Registered: ‎10-10-2012
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Re: Anyone ever had this problem?

Hi, I have not had your exact problem, but I just encountered a very similar problem. A few weeks back I did an online dispute through Experian and TransUniom at the same time. The Experian dispute seemed to go through ok, but I have not heard back land I never received any email confirmation that they even received dIspute. With transunion  I received email confirmation immediately and they removed the inaccurate account wthin a few days. But now especially with your post I am wondering if Experian even received my dispute. 

Starting Scores: 9/19/2012 EQ 613 / TU 526 / EX 543

Current Scores: EQ 692 / TU 677 / EX 678 br>
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