08-02-2007 02:22 PM
Sorry, can't say. All I can share is what has already been posted.
Tuscani,I am not trying to cheat the system as that has backfired in the past for me. I just want to find out exactly what triggers myfico or whoever is calc a FICO score what information makes an item in dispute that I can verify on my reports? I have record of items showing yet not counted in my score with little indication.Do you have any idea how I can verify this?
08-03-2007 07:02 AM
r92503lind wrote:Tuscani,I am confused, if you know that items in dispute are not counted in the score then how can't we know if an item is considered in dispute and not counted?
08-03-2007 07:59 AM
08-03-2007 12:48 PM
Tim/Tuscani,So regardless of the raw data which I cannot see, if I have the CRA remove all comments and they do not show then there is no chance of it be considered in dispute hense the codes would be removed. Correct?
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