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do u have a phone number so i can contact u about a dispute on my credit score.

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joseph747@yahoo.com

  • Why are you putting me through this, i had to change e-mail addy because i bought aq new computer, now i cannot even get my lousy credit score, two of this two of that, what do you want blood?
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This site gets information from Transunion, which is one of the three major credit bureaus.  The information posted on this site is for you to use as a tool in determining the best actions to improve your credit.

To do a dispute, go to freeannualreport.com and get copies of all 3 credit reports.  Go over them thoroughly and file the disputes on erroneous items with the credit bureau(s) reporting them.  The bureau then has to investigate and either verify or remove said item.

NEVER try doing a dispute over the phone. You always need proof in writing of things that affect your financial health.  

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I'd pay for some level of consumer fraud protection

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