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WHERE CAN I LOCATE EQUIFAX CREDIT FILE NUMBER?

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It will be on the actual Equifax credit report. You will need to get an actual credit report from them either through their website or one of the annual credit report sites not from CK.

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You will need to obtain an actual credit report from Equifax to get this number. It will be on the credit report you receive. You can get a free credit report from www.annualcreditreport.com.

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That's Nutz

They want you to add this number to put in a dispute. And all they say is that it's in the upper right corner. They don't tell you the details of how, what, where...They don't tell you that you have to ask for a special report! And I suppose you have to pay for the report?

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