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How about a "CONTACTS" section or forum all by itself?

Everyone comes here for various reasons and this website is chock full of useful information. But one of the common threads I KNOW is out there is the need to exchange valid and up-to-date "contact" information on creditors and credit bureaus.

It would prove helpful if we could cut through some of the less relevant chatter and find phone numbers, fax numbers, email addresses and mailing addresses without having to read through so many threads that seem to drift off the subject.

Please consider providing a "contacts" section where those of us who have had success in speaking or working with the right people at bureaus or creditors can share valid info with others.

Thanks!
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