08-01-2012 09:56 AM - edited 08-02-2012 02:39 PM
CA from 2011 with deletion letter sent to EQ. This is the second time after a dispute in which they correctly deleted the CA that they stuck it back on my report.
Edit: I cant pull report until tomorrow but I won! Just got off phone with Office of Consumer Affairs at EQ and CA was removed this afternoon. The lady was actually helpful and she could understand my English! I told her I would withdraw my BBB complaint once I have confirmation that the file was deleted from my report.
08-02-2012 09:22 AM
Just got off phone with CA. They are dumb founded by EQ's actions. They have sent eOscar notice 3 times now. They just sent 4th notice. Im going to just let this sit for 3 weeks and see if it gets removed on its own.
What a pain in the butt. Has anyone else had this kind of problem with sending deletion letters to EQ?
08-02-2012 09:29 AM
ugh! Im now going through this too so I hope its not their regular practice. I just paid off collections and was hoping they would be removed automatically but I pulled today and they are still there!
Where to you send your deletion letter to? Do you open a dispute or simply fax it somewhere?
08-02-2012 09:45 AM
Dont listen to what EQ tells you. They told me to open dispute and to fax letter to them to speed up the process. This has caused a nightmare of the CA being removed twice and stupid EQ putting it back on twice!
My recommendation, as much as its hard to hear and even harder to do, is to just let it wait. Ensure that CA has sent eOscar notice and then just sit back for 3 weeks or so. If not removed at that point then contemplate disputes after you contacted CA to verify that they actually sent the notice.
TU and EX the dispute process and faxing the letters worked well. EQ was a mess. So avoid it with that one.
08-02-2012 10:05 AM
(sigh) hard to do. but ok sit back and wait.
I only just paid it in July and they said they report august 1st so of course i pulled today, so it is early i guess.
I just want it gone!
08-02-2012 02:36 PM
I won. See original post for update
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