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Fannie Mae's guide on how to handle tradelines in dispute. Credit Report Tradelines in Dispute Fannie Mae has an automated system that assists lenders make informed credit decisions on conventional conforming, non-conforming, and government loans. That system is called the Desktop Underwriter...
This letter has been received from Experian regarding a policy towards their "Express Request" service. The lines that concerns me are; "We will no longer be able to remove an “account in dispute” comment from an account with a consumer letter." "Similarly, we will no longer delete accoun...
When the FCRA was revised by FACTA, they put in a section for "Expedited Dispute Resolution" Section 611a(8) ... otherwise known as the on-line dispute system. If you read that part you will notice this sentence:"the agency shall not be required to comply with paragraphs (2), (6), and (7) with ...
Contact the Credit Bureaus: · TransUnion 1-800-916-8800 · Experian 1-888-397-3742 · Equifax 800-846-5279 or 866-322-3162 Ask the bureaus to take the accounts out of dispute: · Find out a timeline for the accounts being taken out of dispute. If the person you are sp...
Tip #1 Protecting Your Identity - Opt Out Pre Screen Remove your name from pre-screened credit offers at www.optoutprescreen.com or call 1-888-567-8688. Tip #2 - Protecting Your Identity - Do Not Call Registry Add your telephone number(s) to the National Do Not Call Registry at www.donotcall.g...
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Protecting Your Identity Tip #6 Go to www.innovis.com and request a copy of your credit report and if needed place a fraud alert at https://www.innovis.com/InnovisWeb/pers_placeFraudActiveDutyAlert.html
Protecting Your Identity Tip #5 Monitor your Social Security STatement of benifits and earnings every year to verify no one has used your social security number for employment purposes. Go to www.ssa.gov/mystatement to request your copy.
Protecting Your Identity Tip #4 If you believe you have been a vistim of identity theft then you will want to place an alert on your credit file. Equifax 1-800-525-6285 or www.fraudalerts.equifax.com TransUnion www.transunion.com/personal-credit/credit-disputes/fraud-alerts.p...
Protecting Your Identity Tip #3 Go to www.dmachoice.org and remove your name from individual Direct Mail Association Member mailing lists.