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experian is bad should be sued?
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Dcosmique, Jun 7, 5:38 AM PDT:

i tried one of your recommendations. I applied to bank of America under your "very good chance" of acceptance. transunion score was 755. they sent me an offer of a secured credit card saying i could rebuild my credit that way. i think they used experian, which gives me a low score. experian has cost me 100s of thousands of business activity. what am i to do? i should sue experian for their giving a bad rating and causing lack of much needed cash flow option David
experian is guilty of credis fraud and conspiracy

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Have you requested a copy of your

Credit report from Experian, 

There is obviously something on that report that is holding down your score there.  Get a free copy of each report once a year at AnnualCreditReport.com  Once you have them in hand compare it to the other 2 and see what is on that report the is holding your score down.   Then Deal with what ever issues you need to to get that reprot cleaned up.

If you can not find anything on the report then follow up with a complaint to the FTC.   If that doesn't work then sue!  It should only cost a few hundred thousand dollars. (they have very expensive lawyers!)

Good luck

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