06-24-2008 01:11 PM - edited 06-24-2008 01:12 PM
06-24-2008 01:18 PM
06-24-2008 02:58 PM
06-25-2008 06:15 AM
I would shoot them off an ITS letter letting them know you're going to sue them if they don't comply with federal law.
mainemedic wrote:I have been sending MOV requests for a TL that isn't reporting correctly. Unfortunately TU has been telling me my requests are frivolous or they don't respond at all.I sent the OC (HSBC) an OC letter and they responded by sending me a letter saying the account was sold. So, I copied this letter and sent it into TU along with the FCRA law and CC'd the FTC.The letter was sent CM RRR. I received the GC on June 16, 2008.Today, I received a letter from TU telling me that they have no record of the TL I am disputing. The letter was dated June 18,2008 Now this is where the problem is. On Monday June 23, 2008, I pulled a new report through CreditKeeper and the TL in question was there in all it's glory.I then tried to pull my online credit report through TU directly and I received a notice say that I could not view my report online.Does anyone know what is going on here? Or what my next step should be? Why would TU send me a letter saying there is no record of the TL when it is still there on my report?TU is driving me crazy with their refusals to obey the law.
Message Edited by mainemedic on 06-24-2008 01:12 PM
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