02-25-2013 08:29 AM
Hey everyone! I have been lurking for awhile and finally decided to start trying to clean up my credit report. Started sending out GW and PFD letters and disputing some inaccurate reporting on my CR. Late last night (on a SUNDAY!) I used the online dispute tool to dispute two accounts that were reporting incorrectly. When I woke up this morning, TU had deleted them! Can't wait to see what EQ and EX do... Sending out more letters today. Does anyone have contacts for EOS-CCA, AFNI, or Wells Fargo Dealer Services? I have the info from the collection notices and my statements, but was looking for something a little more personal. Any help out there? Thanks!
Can't wait to see the score jump! My EX FAKO jumped 95 points last week from the work I'm doing so I'm pretty ecstatic already. Appreciate so much the advice and encouragement from this site!
02-25-2013 08:37 AM
I would be leary of this just for the simple fact that they are disputed items and they may have been removed from view until TU finishes thier investigation.
02-25-2013 09:41 AM
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