Experian Question...

Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by GEORGE, Oct 11, 2001.


    GEORGE Well-Known Member

    WHY IS IT EASIER TO REMOVE AN ENTIRE ACCOUNT, than report the credit limit???

    I disputed 4 or 5 accounts on EXPERIAN (on-line) when I disputed the INQUIRY...
    One was "UPDATED" still NO credit limit...
    The rest were REMOVED ENTIRELY!!!

    GEORGE Well-Known Member

    If part of your F.I.C.O. is DEBT TO CREDIT LIMIT RATIO, with-out ALL your credit limits stated...YOU HAVE A WRONG SCORE!!!
  3. parallax1

    parallax1 Well-Known Member

    Trans Union deleted my Discover account when I asked them to update the balance that had been paid off since August. I've found that if you dispute a positive account they will delete entirely but if you dispute a "negative" account, they will do nothing.
  4. leo728

    leo728 Well-Known Member

    I think they do it on purpose. And if you try to delete a positive but closed account ( like a stupid cap one ) on purpose. It comes back as verified.

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