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Disputing A Public Record
I have 3 Public Records on all 3 reports that have been long paid, but the reports do not reflect that they are paid in full or have been satisfied. According to Transunion, I need to actually write a dispute letter and send in proof that they are satisfied. When I look at my Equifax report, I was able to file a dispute online and submit PDF's of my proof. If I am successful with my dispute with Equifax, will they report their findings to Transunion and Experian? Or do I still need to send out additional letters of dispute to the other bureaus?

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Credit bureaus do not report to each other, so you will have to file separate disputes for each one.

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