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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by the other, Aug 20, 2001.
I would love to be able to have my debt not show on the CRAs.
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What an ideal situation - but no - of course not - all lenders report to credit bureaus - as well they should.
Well, hey, pick the one you want to lose, and dispute something - balance, issue date, etc.
They all seem to be fond of deleting positive accounts. So far, DMB got deleted from TU when I disputed the balance. They report once or twice a year. I had a sizable balance, paid it off, and wanted it to show up that way, they wouldn't respond, I guess, so TU deleted it.
I am now disputing it on the other 2 - crossing my fingers
I agree, a hidden line of credit comes in real handy.
Dispute the higher, newer cards.
Leave smaller cards with longer history.
Get new cards b/c you look like you have less credit available to you.
Really, you can use it to suit a number of purposes. Carrying a large balance and not having it throw your ratio out of whack is another one.
You can have that ultra good 10-15% ratio without paying it all down, hahahaha.
All in all, the 3 stooges may be doing us a back-handed favor.