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Removing accounts from your credit reports
I disputed an account on my Transunion report and it got removed a few actually. I was wondering if the bureaus communicated in terms of the others (Equifax, Experian) when it came to accounts being removed. basically if those same account would be removed from the other reports or would I need to dispute them all separately. Thank you.

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The credit bureaus do not pass such information on to each other,primarily because each one carries different information.  Check all three credit reports and dispute only WRONG information, not things you just don't like. 

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You have to file disputes with each bureau.

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