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How come EXP (pulled from annualcreditreport) no longer shows estimated removal dates?

Is this new?
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Re: How come EXP (pulled from annualcreditreport) no longer shows estimated removal dates?

I actually just pulled my Experian. I can not speak to closed or negative accounts because I don't have any, but mine does list the removal dates for inquiries.

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Registered: ‎10-11-2013
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Re: How come EXP (pulled from annualcreditreport) no longer shows estimated removal dates?

On some accounts it'll show estimated removal dates, on others it won't.  I don't know why that is.   As the other poster said, it does show removal dates of Inquiries if you view the "print report" version.

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