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collection removed from two bureaus
I recently had A $2000 debt collection removed from Equifax after disputing.Two months prior,experian removed the debt off my report without me having to dispute at all.I've disputed twice with Transunion,both online and written with no luck getting the debt off.What can I do to get Transunion to take this debt off.I was never contacted about this debt from neither original or current creditor.I've never received any documents explaining the debt and how it came to be?

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Have you called TU about it (or sent the dispute via certified mail, then called them ocne they received it)? There may have been a mixup somewhere.

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Yes I have sent certified an online but when I call they dont help much.It just seems to automatically renew right before the 30 days are up.I always call to see if current creditor is in contact with them.

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