04-09-2013 10:06 PM
I had to paid debts on my Credit Report (Equifax). ( i have a lot more non-paid that im working on) anyways 1 was Tmobile and the other was comcast. The debt for both totaled 1479. I disputed them with equifax, and I finally got my email that the dispute was done. They have both been removed! YAY! I also dispute these 2 with the other bureau's but they didnt delete them. So should I go about getting them removed from the other 2 bureau's??
04-10-2013 09:56 AM
For comcast, I disputed because I payed that account before it went to collections. For Tmobile it was because when I paid them I was told it would be removed from my Credit File.
04-10-2013 10:05 AM
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04-10-2013 04:16 PM
congrats on your deletions! I've been working on my credit for 6 months and I feel that equifax is actually the easiest to get the right information in and quicker... the worst being experian. I would actually reccomend doing them by certified letter since if you do it online they only allow you to dispute once and that's it.
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