Equifax contact for disputes

Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Maximus, Apr 13, 2001.

  1. Maximus

    Maximus Active Member

    Direct your complaints and equifax problems, verification letters to :

    Attention: Arther Rubin, Manager
    P. O. Box 105888
    Atlanta, GA 30348

    "On my command, unleash hell!!!!!!!!!!"
  2. Maximus

    Maximus Active Member

    Re: Equifax contact for disput

    Sorry that's Arthur Ruben, Manager
  3. Jim

    Jim Well-Known Member

    Re: Equifax contact for disput

    Max - Is this for complaints beyond the "normal disputes" or what?

    Have you personally had a business dealing with him or you just trying to let us know where normal disputes should be sent?

  4. Irish Diva

    Irish Diva Guest

    Re: Equifax contact for disput

    I too would be interested in knowing that, as I have some inquiries I'm redisputing with them. Thanks, kate
  5. Maximus

    Maximus Active Member

    Re: Equifax contact for disput

    This is where you go after your disputes have been ignored. He's higher up on the food chain and manages the consumer dispute section but as my grandfather, Nautyous Maximus used to say, "Start at the top!" - or was that regarding foreplay........... on any event, my personal experience after checking the company directory and getting rapid results on a verification directed directly to him, I got results after a 5 month runaround - plus you can send it certified to his attention and bypass the underlings. Long live Rome! maybe a bad thing to say on Good Friday, Sorry!

  6. Maximus

    Maximus Active Member

    Re: Equifax contact for disput

    additionally, the PO Box in the above post is Arthur Rubin"s and will get you past the anonymous cretins that shred or ignore your complaints or requests.

    - Maximus
  7. Nave

    Nave Well-Known Member

    Re: Equifax contact for disput

    Can you send "certified return receipt requested" to a PO box?
  8. Maximus

    Maximus Active Member

    Re: Equifax contact for disput

  9. Dustin

    Dustin Well-Known Member

    Re: Equifax contact for disput

    LOL at the great post!

    I wonder if he would just throw it to the other guys, and just have his personal little touch with it, so the little guys take it a little more seriously.

  10. Cadillac408

    Cadillac408 Well-Known Member


    Don't belive everything that is posted on this site. People do tend to b.s. How do you know this is truly Eqifax's P.O. Box????? Hello????

    Who is this Maximus person anyway???? He's not a regular. I did a search and this is his first post on this board. For all we know, this could be HIS P.O. Box and he could be getting important information about people by intercepting dispute letters that have your name, ssn, etc.


    BE SMARTER THAN THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  11. Cadillac408

    Cadillac408 Well-Known Member

    Sorry! :-(

    Didn't mean to call anyone stupid....that was my first reaction to the whole post and that is something that I should not have posted as a header. Sorry....I was just trying to warn people. I know how much credit repair means to all of us.....I just hate to see anyone get taken! Sorry...my bad! :(
  12. GEORGE

    GEORGE Well-Known Member

  13. Maximus

    Maximus Active Member

    Suit Yourself

    My old handle was "Credit Ranger" but that was then. And our old friend Bobby was using it a while back. I can understand the post "Bobby" cynicism. The address listed is correct but hell if you are paranoid just send it to the street address in Atlanta to the attention of Arthur Rubin, Manager.
  14. Maximus

    Maximus Active Member

    Re: Suit Yourself

    By the way, imagine all you could accomplish with records of people's ^$&^@@ credit files and documents. If one were to attempt a scam wouldn't it be better to deal with good credit or unblemished files?
  15. Cadillac408

    Cadillac408 Well-Known Member

    Re: Suit Yourself

    I see your point. It would be stupid to collect information on people w/ danaged credit, etc. but it woudn't be stupid for someone who could sell the information to illegal aliens that need valid info to work in the U.S. Didn't you hear about the Gerber Baby scam that involved millions of mothers sending "Crooks" copies of their kids birth certificates and Social Security cards in exchange for a $500 US savings bond? http://urbanlegends.miningco.com/science/urbanlegends/library/weekly/aa100197.htm
    It was thought that whoever started this wanted to sell this info to illegal aliens for BANK (I don't think that's mentioned in the link though).

    I'm just saying, your post looked suspicious. If you use to post under "Credit Ranger" then why didn't you make that known?????
  16. Maximus

    Maximus Active Member

    Re: Suit Yourself

    Wasn't anticipating the torrent of paranoia and was in a playful mood after watching "Gladiator" Cool with that dude? I had a problem with a card I was an "authorized user" on and was disputing the data with Equifax, I provided copies of letters etc. In time I got the address and name of the manager of consumer disputes and the additional address. Please note the zip code is the same as that on the Equifax web site. In fact there are at least 3 addresses for disputes but this one also appeared on the return letter I received from Equifax. Just trying to provide some helpful info pal and I am calling it a night. Happy Easter and peace.


    C. R.
  17. Saar

    Saar Banned

    Maximus/ C.R.

    It is an honor to have you back, Credit Ranger. Or should I say General :)

    Please don't be mad at Private MP$40 who did not recognize who you are. Remember, back then when you were in the desert before trying to salvage Rome from the Emperor's evil son, you did not wear your uniform and it was easy for people to mistake you for someone else. In fact this is what saved your life.

  18. Maximus

    Maximus Active Member

    Re: Maximus/ C.R.


    You are absolutely right and the private is forgiven, now for the glory of Rome and enhanced FICO scores...........

    Now as far as validation vs investigation issues go, investigations should be the order, dispute, then go the validation route. The system is set up to frustrate efforts at credit repair and most people give up after a couple of letters. The system has difficulty with concerted efforts and as has been the experience of a number of posters, persistance pays off. Credit Bureaus are businesses and they make spend as little "man" hours as possible investigating complaints- there is no money in it and time is money. Lizard King has been very much on target and has put together excellent letter templates.

    In the case of BR's on reports go for those first then dispute the negative account listings. Whaddah you mean discharged in BR when there is none listed? Anybody have a cousin in NY or a mail recieving service? Most negatives are deleted after 5 years there.

    As my cousin, Biggus Mickus used to say, this is guerilla war baby......

    Best to you all,


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