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Registered: ‎06-06-2012
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short question about EX disputing......

whats the best way to do it?? ive read several times that experian disputing online is very sheisty. i've had luck  getting things off online but i dont wanna roll the dice with these next 2 or 3 things. i dont see a link for snail mail disputing either...........

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Posts: 92
Registered: ‎10-10-2012
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Re: short question about EX disputing......

Me personally, i would always mail it in, for several reasons, not the least of which is when you dispute online they make you waive some of your rights in the fine print. Their mailing address? (they dont make it easy to find do they? Welcome to the wonderful consumer friendly world of credit bureaus lol!)

 

The latest one i have for them for disputes (they seem to change it all the time and also have several addresses) is

 

NCAC

PO BOX 9701

Allen TX 75013

 

You can google  this address to confirm it is still the best one. Hope this helps! 

Starting Scores: 9/19/2012 EQ 613 / TU 526 / EX 543

Current Scores: EQ 658 / TU 641 / EX 650

Goal Scores: 700
Regular Contributor
Posts: 114
Registered: ‎06-06-2012
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Re: short question about EX disputing......

thank you dear.............

 

anybody else? :smileyhappy:

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