I drafting up a summary judgement motion against Northwest Education Loan Association for violations of the FCRA. Specifically, they failed to update the results of reinvestigations made through Equifax and Experian to all three credit bureas. So, now false information still appears on Trans Union, who I didn't make a dispute through. NELA has admitted (probably inadvertantly) to not updating the results of the investigations to Trans Union. I am afraid they will go back on their admission, if possible, based on Universal Data Forms they allegedly filled out and sent to Trans Union deleting some accounts just before my disputes through Experian and Equifax. My question is this. What format is an update to a CRA usually made in by a creditor when the dispute is made through a different CRA? I mean, lets say I dispute some accounts through Experian, and the NELA received the Consumer Dispute Verification form in due course. Is it acceptable for them to simply fill that form out and send it to Equifax and Trans Union as well? Or, is there some other procedure that meets with the requirements of the FCRA regarding updating the results of those investigations to all credit reporting agencies to which the information was reported? What about Universal Data Forms? Do they meet the requirement?