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Do all three bureaus communicate with one another involving creditors?
I'm currently disputing items on my credit report. So far 5 things came off Trans Union and 1 of Experian. Why is it that if the same accounts are listed on Trans Union have been found incorrect, that they are still listed on the other two reports? Do they not communicate with each other...I'm just a tiny bit confused. Will they follow behind Trans Union and drop them too?

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The only time the bureaus talk to each other is when someone places a fraud alert on their account, then by law the bureau that is notified by the consumer must notify the other bureaus.    If you dispute something, you have to dispute with each individual bureau.

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