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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Concerned, Jul 11, 2001.
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Eperian did the same thing with me re Capital One. They said the CCC's don't have to report the limit.
I just decided that I am going to dump Capital One as soon as I can without hurting my credit. I already closed the "toy card" but they aren't reporting it closed either.
Write to Target. Insist that they update the information they report to CRA(s) to be complete; specifically to include the credit limit. I've done this with no problem. I still have another one that doesn't report credit limit. I was going to write that letter today but got sidetracked. Good luck.
Thanks for the info.
Mist-Do you have the address you used when you wrote to Target? Did you just use the address on the bill?
Sorry, it wasn't Target but another retail card. Just write to the address on the statement but do it by certified return receipt.
Well, then that should prove that creditexpert isn't so expert after all, shouldn't it??
If you had signed up with me, I would have shown you how to force the credit bureaus to report it correctly whether they liked it or not.
I use a special technique for that type of situation. It's downright mean, nasty, ugly dirty pool, but when push comes to shove, it's not usually the "nice guy" who wins.
The technique I use is really quite simple. I give them a choice. Either they report it correctly or I do it for them, and I guarantee that they would far rather play the game my way than they had to argue about it. It presents a situation whereby I win no matter what they do and they lose if they don't do it my way. So they do it my way because it don't get them a red face. They don't like them red faces worth a hoot.
CREDIT REPORT MUST BE COMPLETE AND ACCURATE...
W/O CREDIT LIMIT IT IS NEITHER COMPLETE NOR ACCURATE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11
Dispute the credit limit w/ Experian in writing and enclose a statement copy (w/ the limit figure circled), do it 5 times if you have to, eventually they'll give up. Worked for me
Did you actually have to do it 5 times to get the job done?
Nope, it worked on the second try.