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Dispute on Experian
{How to dispute a collection agency on experian.? }
The other day I noticed a friend posted info on FB stating that on Transition you could dispute a debt from a collection agency that has gone delinquent because of the original contract with the original debtor. She was not sure if this would work for experian as well , and i'm not sure if it is actually true. I worked for a collection agency before and we were persistent about getting the money for the debt, so how come you dont have to pay collection agencies since you didn't have the original contract with them? Could someone please explain this to me? Thank you.

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This is NONSENSE floating around the internet!

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Anyway, Experian has a website just like the other credit bureaus do, where you can file disputes.

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