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Experian Disputes

I ordered the myFICO service yesterday and was pleased to get my three credit reports pretty much instantaneously. However, now that I've noticed an error on my Experian report, I cannot dispute it through myFICO or Experian, without purchasing a report directly thru Experian. Apparently you MUST have a Experian credit report number to file a dispute -- and that is not provided by myFICO (which is more costly than other credit score providers). I went from being thrilled by this service, to being frustrated and disappointed. I spoke to a customer service rep who -- in a nice way -- pretty much said sorry, you're SOL. Anyone else run into this problem?
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I succeeded after buying from MyFICo.  Can't remember how though.  I think I just went to web site and did it  :smileysad:
 
And for me there is no point in disputing with EX - they hate me  :smileysad:
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MidnightVoice wrote:
I succeeded after buying from MyFICo. Can't remember how though. I think I just went to web site and did it :smileysad:
And for me there is no point in disputing with EX - they hate me :smileysad:




It's not just you - they hate everybody.

EX mostly just ignores collection disputes ("verified by CA", "previously investigated", etc.) until they sense you are ready to file suit.

If the dispute is about something else, there might be slightly better than a 0% chance. :smileyhappy:
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EX used to allow you get a free report online IF you were disputing something.  I think a lot of people used this as a ruse to get a free report.
 
Appears they've gotten wise to that, and now require you to purchase your report.
 
Screw that. I'm not going to pay for you to fix YOUR problem.  You can call them and argue fruitlessly for a few hours instead of doing it online.  Or you can mail them.
 
Of course, if you mail them, you should send it CMRRR, which will cost you about $5.  What's the cost of their report online? About $7 or $8? 
 
You can decide which is of more value, but having them on record as havign received your request, with a date, makes things easier down the road if you DO have to pursue other action to get them to correct things....
 
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Unfortunately, I cannot even get thru to a human on the phone since I don't have an Experian report number. Do you have a mailing address for them? I wasn't able to locate one for disputes on their website. My discrepancy seems minor to me, but I just want to ensure nothing comes of it in the future.
 
Thanks for all the feedback!
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Here are the addresses I used.
 

Equifax, Inc.
P.O. Box 740241
Atlanta, GA 30374
1-800-685-1111
http://www.equifax.com

Experian
P.O. Box 2104
Allen, Texas 75013-2104
1-888-397-3742
http://www.experian.com

Trans Union Corporation
Consumer Disclosure Center
2 Baldwin Place
P.O. Box 1000
Chester, PA 19022
1-800-888-4213
http://www.transunion.com

 
 
Good luck!!!
 
 
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One more thing:  If you haven't already done so, you can get ONE free report per year from freeannualcreditreport.com.  Those WILL give you a report number you can use if that's the only thing holding you up.
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barderspond wrote:
One more thing:  If you haven't already done so, you can get ONE free report per year from freeannualcreditreport.com.  Those WILL give you a report number you can use if that's the only thing holding you up.


But don't dispute via annualcreditreport.com
 
 
 

 
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Yeah go get your free credit reports. Arguing with Experian is like having a fight with your wife. You can't win.
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smallfry wrote:
Yeah go get your free credit reports. Arguing with Experian is like having a fight with your wife. You can't win.

Ahhh Yes!  EX's arrogance is legendary.:smileymad:
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