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Freeze = Not Being Able To Pull Own Report

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This may be a silly question, but in November 2010 I froze my TransUnion. Up until March 1st, 2011 I pulled my reports daily through multiple daily pullers. Fast foward, I'm getting my stuff back together, I wrote all the CRAs and they provided my credit reports to me. When I finally gained access to a computer, I sought to pull them through all the backdoors. Well, TransUnion informed me that I need to call them. Gave them a call, they told me that I have a credit freeze on my file and that I would have to unfreeze it to request it. Is that true? If that were the case how was I able to continue to pull it daily when it was frozen between November 2010 and March 2011? Any ideas/responses are appreciated.

 

 

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Brandon

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why did you freeze?

 

 

I froze my report because TU didn't remove some derogs that were off both EX and EQ. At the time TU was trashed but the rest of my reports were sparkling.

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Froze my TU report in 2008 and have never had a problem pulling my own report via backdoor or other methods. Just pulled last week too.

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Froze my TU report in 2008 and have never had a problem pulling my own report via backdoor or other methods. Just pulled last week too.

 

 

Thank you.. I now need to find an executive information to contact them.

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why did you freeze?

 

 

I froze my report because TU didn't remove some derogs that were off both EX and EQ. At the time TU was trashed but the rest of my reports were sparkling.

 

freezing does not help remove derogs and current creditors can still access the report. I don't see what the purpose was.

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