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What's the easiest way to dispute?
I'm looking to dispute things on my credit report.

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Easy to Dispute.. Hard to get Results...

Easiest would be online directly with the bureas.

https://www.ai.equifax.com/CreditInvestigation/home.action
http://www.transunion.com/personal-credit/credit-disputes/credit-disputes.page

http://www.experian.com/disputes/main.html

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