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My tranunion went down and my equifax went up after dispute settled and mark removed. WHY?

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It depends on the dispute, who you disputed with.  Did you do both Transunion and Equifax or only one?   Remember, they don't share information, you have to file with both.  Did both remove?   How did it impact your over all credit profile.  Was it an active account and its removal affected your average age of accounts?    Was it an active account and its removal affected your line of credit thus your Utilization.  You would have to review both bureau's data to see how the impact was made.   Was it removed from both at the same time, probably not and one of them isn't as quick on adjustments as the other.   Good luck with the review to determine how this item affected your overall credit.

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