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loan is listed under orig credit union and the credit union it merged with
My credit union Southwestern FCU MERGED with CU of So California. My loan is listed two times on credit report. It is one loan only. How can this listing be corrected? And what is the contact phone number. Thanks

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Validation Letter

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Do things by mail is old fashioned but it is still the best way when dealing with your credit. 

A validation letter wil force the Credit reporting agencies to correct the info.  Its usually a lack of "File Maintainance" on thier part.  Google: " Validation letter"  to find a template and more info.  Its the best way to get info on your credit report corrected and there are other benifits of using them as well.   

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Thank You EddyTX.   I really appreciate your advice. Will get right on it.  It is unfornunate that some institutions can not follow through for their customers , when making business changes.    

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