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I want to dispuet a colections with credit karma not experian how can i get into that site
site will only let me dispute with Equifax or transunion i want credit karma to dispute and check for me as in the past option is not there

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You need to go to the website for Experian and do your disputing there. You should only be disputing if you have a decent understanding of credit, I see many people disputing accounts that were closed in good standing and the accounts get removed and cause DAMAGE to their credit that cannot be simply undone.

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To dispute with Experian you have to go to their site.  Credit Karma only has Trans and Equifax.  You can also write to Experian using certified mail, return receipt requested.  Here is the link to Experian disputes by mail with all the directions:  http://www.experian.com/disputes/experian-mailing-address.html

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