03-01-2013 01:17 PM
My husband has a judgment that is showing on Expeiran that has been vacated. I've disputed w/them online but it came back verified. I mailed in a letter from the court showing it was vacated only for it to come back updated. I contacted the court to verify that it was vacated & it was confirmed. I don't know what to do at this point. I'm extremely frustrated b/c it was removed from TU & EQ but Exp is still reporting inaccurately. Suggestions?
03-01-2013 01:26 PM
03-04-2013 08:28 PM
Experian is a pain...I've had the same issue with them only mine was a baddie for a credit card. They kept saying the item was verified. I had to get a letter from the bank stating I never had a credit card with them. So if the bank has no account what information would they use to "verify"? I'm still waiting on them to update my CR.
I would file a complaint with the FTC if calling them does not work.
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