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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by beary, Aug 16, 2001.

  1. beary

    beary Well-Known Member

    Well, I just tried to get an online report with Experian and was told that they have to mail me my profile, of course after I send them $8.50. Apparently they are unable to verify me as me. I think this is probably because I moved to a new address last month.

    I went on to try and used my previous mail address. All I got was a blank white page after putting in the information and waiting for 2-3 minutes. I then went to the main page and tried to log in, was told I don't have an account even though I had just created one. I despise having given something online my SS# and then seeing nothing happen.

    This is going to be a little more frustrating than I thought.
  2. breeze

    breeze Well-Known Member

    Wierd. Try worthknowing again (set up a new account) and see if it says it already has your SSN.

  3. smallbiz

    smallbiz Member

    I can't remembe where it was, but I dug around on the worthknowing site once and found a phone number. I'd had a problem with the site, adn once I called, they fixed it right there while I was on hold. I seem to remember that the phone number was hard to find, but it was there somewhere.

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