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Why am i able to succesfully dispute TU info and it not delete from Experian also
I successfully disputed a collection account from the Tans Union credit report. Why doesn't successfully disputed accounts transfer automatically to Experian? And why must I manually dispute Experian and not be able to online?

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Each credit bureau has their own criteria, just like each business.  So, you do what you have to do to get the desired results.

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Any chance you can give me some info/advice on an experian dispute?

I had 2 judgements that are now completely gone. They are no longer showing on the public records website through NJ's superior court or anything. I got them sucessfully removed from Transunion within 24 hours of disputing(waiting on results from Equifax) but Experian says they verified them with the court. I called the court and the county clerk's office and they both stated that they do not verify public records. I relayed this information to Experian and they couldn't even state who or what department they spoke to and subsequently "launched a new dispute" Ironically enough, shortly after that call, the results from the original dispute became unavailable due to a "sysem error" on the websit. Does this seem like complete bs on Experian's part? And what should my next step be?

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