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Direct Dispute - Longer than 30 days?
I submitted a dispute request on 05/03/2017 and it is not 6/17/2017. Totaling 32 business days. Just curious if I should reach out to Transunion or sit tight. Thanks for any insight!

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I am only at 40 days myself. I’ve never had it take this long. I would call trans and see what’s up. They told me mine was finished 2 weeks ago but ck hasn’t updated the results. Support told me they can’t do anything

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I submitted a dispute on June 4, 2017. As of today, July 10, 2017, it is pending and past the 30 day time limit!

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As of today, August 26, 2017, my June 4, 2017 dispute is still pending!

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As of today, November 7, 2017, my June 4, 2017 dispute remains unresolved.

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As of February 4, 2018, my June 4, 2017 dispute is 8 months old and unresolved!

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