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How do I get rid of three false Trans collections notices Equifax and Experian don't show?
I've called all three collection agencies with which TransUnion says -- but neither Experian or Equifax -- says I have "accounts." None of these agencies has any record (by name, Social Security number, address, etc.) of trying to collect anything from me. One "black mark" some investigation revealed was really against someone with a middle name like mine, but who's obviously not me. These items on my TransUnion report have resulted in my getting a score 50-75 points lower than either Experian's or Equifax's, and this is hurting my ability to get good credit. Again, is there any way to get rid of these items in less than months???

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Simply go online or write a letter (or try to call) TransUnion and tell them to remove those accounts because they are not yours.

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