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Disputed items were removed from both CR's but they are ALL still on Experian. What do I do?
Even an item I paid in full is showing in the collections part of Experian. Its defeating thinking I'm actually getting my credit on track and then I see EVERYTHING is still on Experian. Ugh.. I wish Experian would work with Credit Karma. I'd donate to be able to see all my credit reports here. Sean

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I have had 4 items removed from Equifax which puts me at zero accounts in collection on that CR.

I only have 1 collection on Trans Union.

And Experian is showing all 4.

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Experian WORST for not changing

My experience has been that Transunion is easiest and fast to get things removed.  Equifax is a bit harder but Experian has never made changes after I submit a dispute.  I usually get an automated reply within 24 hours stating "This debt it yours.  It belongs to you."  No change to report.

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Well, for one thing, only apply with lenders that pull from Transunion or Equifax. What bureaus a lender uses can usually be found out with some detective work on Google.

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This might be a stupid question but did you actually file dispute with EX? And lesser stupid questions, what was the reason(s) for dispute? And why was the reason(s) being removed?

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