Dear Client: In an effort to hinder your and our legitimate efforts at credit audit and verification, Experian has closed their P.O. Box 949. They do this periodically, without warning and with no forwarding service provided, in order to subvert our joint efforts at restoring your credit. We wanted to alert you, our client, of this change and let you know that if you receive a returned dispute letter addressed to Experian at P.O. Box 949 not to be alarmed. To expedite the delivery of your dispute letter, you may call or write us and notify us of the returned letter. We will then recreate the dispute letter and resend it to the new Experian post office box. Either way, the effect will be the same and your credit restoration will continue without delay. ---- The bad thing is that my experian disputes will probably take longer. The good thing is I will likely get to see a Lexington dispute letter. I asked them if they would send me copies (just because I was curious) and they said no.