New to this forum

Discussion in 'Feedback' started by DaveC2C, Feb 11, 2008.

  1. DaveC2C

    DaveC2C New Member

    Hello everyone,

    I'm brand new to this forum and as I was looking around, I didn't notice an introductions topic. Perhaps it would be nice to put in an introductions topic in this forum for new members like myself. What do you think?

  2. bizwiz41

    bizwiz41 Well-Known Member

    The main forum is where the traffic is, so feel free to post an introduction there. You will be well received.

  3. mycredit30

    mycredit30 New Member

    New to the Site

    Hi, all I've been lurking around sometime now. well almost a month and reading and getting some really great and informative information. I do have one question I have disputed several items on my credit report just last week and a couple of them are been investigated and two were deleted by three of them said that they have been verified. And I'm trying to figure out how so quickly. One it gave a statement and it said verified and the number of the actuall creditor couldn't be verified so how did they verify so quickly? I did those disputes online. Should I wait for 30 days and dispute again, but this time in the form of a letter(certified)? Any information or advice will be most appreciated.

    Thanks bunches and bunches
  4. woofer

    woofer Well-Known Member

    I guess he decided not to stay
  5. ljones3123

    ljones3123 Member

    Is that Smoker Dave?
  6. repairmom

    repairmom New Member

    Hi I am a newbie too. Hopefully can help some folks based on my experience..

  7. NightStar

    NightStar Well-Known Member

    My Credit 30 - Usually if someone is unreachable, like went out of business or something - there might be a collection agency verifying but hiding behind the name of the creditor. The credit reporting agency is not allowed to continue reporting if the company is no longer in business, they need to be made a ware of the status so they can check into it. If you are just talking about fast updates, it might have been sent electronically, either way, you can contact the credit reporting agency with the report number and phone number on the credit report, and ask for a decode on the subscriber, needing reporting department's address. Try to go direct to that department instead of the main direction to contact the company.

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