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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Nave, Jul 3, 2001.
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Make sure you call too. And check again on the site to make sure that access is denied. The rep said it can take up to 48 hours to cancel.
In regard to canceling early:
What happens to your on-line disputes that are under investigation but remain unresolved when you quit?
This is a sincere question as I got the idea that the on-line results are to be viewed on-line. No hard copy of the credit report will be mailed to your home address. Unlike a written dispute.
I disputed online without having credit expert...it has an option to view the status of your investigations for me..no problem!
Actually, if you don't fill in a email address at the end of the online dispute process. Experian does send you a updated report. I once received 3 updated report in the mail in a single day. reason for that is problably because I put in the diputes with 3 different report numbers.
And I also think that creditexpert is only a intermediate, the actuall dispute process is still done by experian. So it should have no effect on you disputes if you cancel creditexpert before the disputes are resolved.
I agree, they only facilitate your access to the Experian consumer web site.
I do remember that Creditexpert asked for an E-mail address when I hurredly disputed through them. I plan to dispute something else next week, so I won't give the E-mail to them in order to get a report. rather than an E-mail.
So no one knows if the CE website tells you exactly when you joined huh? hmmmmmmm. I am gonna call and find out the exact date I signed up (I think the 9th but...)
I have never seen my start date on the website.
A very easy way to find out the start date is to goto the "request for inquiry page"
the start date is the first date creditexpert put a soft inquiry on your report.
I saved the initial welcome e-mail from CreditExpert. It was dated June 7th. Hope this helps.