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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by roni, Nov 20, 2001.
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Way to go, Bkev!!!
That doesn't sound like something to apologize about! That's happy news for all of us. Cheer up.
The big question is: What are those who placed the (I assume, illegal) inquiries doing to change their procedures so it doesn't happen again?
How about naming some names?
Greg, I don't think they're removing illegal inquiries. Basically, Bkev's "never applied for credit -- please delete" method is an untruth proferred in order to persuade Trans Union to delete inquiries. So, to answer your question, I don't think "naming names" makes sense in this context.
I do. And I'm about to.
Wait until you see the responses I'm getting in reply to my letter regarding the "permissible purpose" for their inquries.
What I don't understand is what is EQU's problem. Experian gives you the option to dispute the inquiries right online, TU (for the most part disputes them) but EQU says 'they are factual'. Are they right in saying it's factual or are they just that lazy?
I for one will be awaiting that eagerly. Should be interesting to say the least.
I too am interested in what you come up with, Greg... This one should send a few shockwaves, LOL.
Well, I got the old standard letter about we don't fool with inquiries...Did anyone get this and still had inquiries removed?
I have a MBNA card, I ask them to increase the credit limit after 6 years of NO INCREASE (with-out a credit report)...they "PULL" WITH-OUT permission...
I SAID NO CREDIT REPORT...OR DON'T BOTHER!!!
AR'S DONT WORK???
10 YEARS OF PAYMENT HISTORY DOESN'T WORK???
Nope, not for you, George. You've got too much credit already.
That is alright...I'M GOING TO "DISCOVERCARD" MBNA...on 12/31/01(sock drawer)...
MY 1.70% expires...
LOL, that sounds like a good plan!
Well BKEV, you're luckier than I am. I said I was going for a hat trick and got it, tried 3x's and got three lettters saying they don't dispute inquiries. I guess you could say 4 for 4 if you count the phone call. The last time they even sent me the addresses to the creditors for me to contact.
My apologies, Doc; I was too quick on the trigger with my last response. I see what you mean, here, in the clear light of the quiet morning.
The tricking of the CRA is just as annoying to me, though. It means loose standards and lower aggregate accuracy. As in your academia, we're graded on a curve, so even though my score may stay at the same number, the bogus score of another which just increased makes my score lower, relatively.
The obsessive, churning machinations of people fiddling with their credit files is indicative of a system out of control.
But, it's a living.
I'm with Bill, though: Look for the bigger answer, because if you wrestle with pigs, they love it, and all you get is muddy (or something like that).