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Registered: ‎03-28-2008

How to reveal the date of deletion... TU and EX.

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Pull your report from each agency of course. With TU all you have to do is initiate an online dispute, and view your report from there. The dates will be listed. With EX you need to do the same thing. While in the dispute page you then click "print your report" and the dates will be revealed. I hope this answers some questions, or helps somewhat. I have seen a few threads asking how to do this. I am not sure how to use EQ yet, just take the DOFD and add 7-7.5 years to that. I need to read the firfox tutorial regarding line breaks.

Message Edited by going2tdc on 07-14-2008 07:04 PM
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