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what does it mean dispute resolved customer disagrees? Its for a collection acct that i disputed
I haven't been notified of any results to whether the debt was good or not right, it just says dispute resolved consumer disagrees but its still open also.

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dispute and consumer still disagreed-bad

MEANS.... FICO agency doesn't care IF you continue to disagree with the correct dipsuting process, after a consumer (you) wanted false reporting or something from a business removed.... They don't care and won't remove, even when that consumer IS correct, proved and the business whom reported was unjust. 

This is where you finda FCRA Attorney to place a civil claim against any FICO agency, like TU/EXP/EQ and that business with tacked on fines for EACH charge, ruined chance of receiving better lower interest APR% rate, due to that lower score reported and history that lenders ALL view and deny loans, house, dealerships increase % , plus their point system added on...

Yep... I have already done, won that route and the truest idiots are these credit reporting agencies, then false reporting billing comapnies, especially when businesses like Direct TV, Comcast, or others easily committ Fraud, contract breach and when someone disputes with their billing department ect - never changed, then BOOM!

Low and Behold.... Another hit a raw sand in your ***, as they didn't bend ya over far enough at first - billing or service removed, then hit with worng billing they neglect to credit/resolve... then sure.... credit reporting is just one more way - except legally prove it.. it gets removed within 30 days, if not.. MORE tacked on legal FCRA fee's as that removal delay IS against the Law. ;o) Good luck! 

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If you did your dispute online and submitted an email address, they will email you with the results of the dispute once it is closed. If you did the dispute some other way or did not provide an email address then they may mail you a paper copy of the results in the mail. I would wait until the results are available. For your information, "dispute resolved, customer disagrees" basically means that the info stands as it was and you disagree with it.

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Do some reading on the FDCPA (fair debt collection practices act) to see if this collection company is breaking the law in any way. If you find that they are, contact a consumer law attorney that handles FDCPA cases in your state.

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I am an employee of this hospital were the bill originated from. ER visits at that time had a 100.00 co pay only. They are wrongly charging against the network agreement of 2014. This has also been charged off. Meaning the hospital is no longer looking for payment.

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