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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Nave, Jun 25, 2001.
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Congrats on the new account Nave!!
If you don't mind me asking?
Have you had any luck disputing anything via "Creditexpert". I just tried disputing today.
Thanks - Jim
Don't you love the information age?
It actually works in your advantage I would say. Even if someone used your name to obtain a cc , you would have enough time to cancel it before the card got into the hands of the criminal.
Before the instant online credit reports you would request a report and wait a week or more for it to arrive by snail mail. In that time period, the card would have arrived in the hands of the criminal and damage would have been done.
Now info from you report gets into your hands quicker and you have time to dispute and call the CRA, FTC, Banks .....
most of the time the crime happens and we won't find out about it until you happen to apply for something and you get the " you are denied" letter. lol
That is as good as my wife's NEXT CARD account, closed on the same day they posted the balance transfers...FIRST BILLING MONTH WAS ONE DAY LONG!!!!
Thanks. No I have not disputed anything on CreditExpert, sorry. Actually, I did not know you could dissputee from there. Hope someone else can help you.
Thanks for the response Nave!!
Nave - Maybe you don't need to dispute anything so the "Dispute function" may not be of any value to you.
On Trans Union - I have nothing to dispute. So I hope that your relationship with EX is the same.
If you have any questions about disputing thru Creditexpert - just ask. I am disputing as of today and am contemplating more disputes. We'll see.
The dispute function is not visible to clients at all times. If this interests you, check out my thread to Leo dated 6-25. If you have questions, just start a thread addressed to me.
Again, I hope that you simply have nothing to dispute with EX like me with TU.
Best wishes - Jim
Yes, Nave, it is ridiculous-- and just the kind of monkeybusiness that should be given attention. It's inaccurate.
What's your next move?
I got the card today so I guess it is accurate now. But I agree, that is ridiculous...everyone is having problems and blaming the CRA's(somewhat correctly), but I think equal blame is on the overly aggressive reporting creditors...those that report the first (and only) 1 day late item, as 30 days past due, overlimit reports when you go over by $10... basically those that are SO EAGER to get the info reported that they are prone to make mistakes and are partially responsible for your erroneous information on your reports. There ought to be more strict standards (laws) on the reporting end as well.
yes, but what does the tradeline state? How many months reviewed?