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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by donna8284, Sep 13, 2001.
Your statement :
FCBA dispute resolved - consumer disagrees
What does this mean??
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heh my orchard shows closed my household shows open go figure.
i figured i'd just let them roll in whenever they feel like it and give disputes a break for right now.
FCBA is the Fair Credit Billing Act. Were you disputing charges on that account?
FCBA is the part of the law that tells your rights if you are disputing charges on a CC.
I was not disputing anything on the account. I just called them and cancelled both my cards.
OK, I would call the card company and ask WTF they're reporting (not in those words) and then also dispute with the CRA as "incorrect status" if you do it online, I believe one of the options is "account closed."