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EX and deleting old addresses "reported by your creditors"

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After a 6 month hiatus after buying our house, I'm back at this credit repair biz. Dh has just 2 baddies on TU and EQ, but 4 on Ex. They are all tied to 2 old addresses. EX easily removed several old addresses through an online dispute this past weekend (same day), which was nice, but wouldn't even take the dispute online for the 2 addresses attached to TLs ("These addresses were reported by your creditors. Take it up with them" or some such message). I knew they wouldn't, so only got rid of the others as a housekeeping thing. TU and EQ deleted next day through online dispute, giving me no trouble and leaving only our current address, which is tied to NO baddies (hopefully making my cleanup for the last stickies much easier. I got no traction at all when we still lived at the old address).

 

Now, iirc, there is no getting rid of these EX addys, and I just have to move on. However, in case I am wrong, I thought I'd ask. I couldn't come up with anything through search, so maybe I'm searching on the wrong things. Sorry, if so.

 

I do have dh going to get an entirely new driver's license this week, showing ONLY his new address, jic EX will actually do anything if we do the addy dispute with the copy of the license, etc.

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I was thinking about the same thing. Just got an updated driver's license with my current address. I was thinking about sending it to Experian, at least to get rid of the 8 billion incorrect name variances they have for me.

 

Any idea if that works?

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I was thinking about the same thing. Just got an updated driver's license with my current address. I was thinking about sending it to Experian, at least to get rid of the 8 billion incorrect name variances they have for me.

 

Any idea if that works?

 

I would hope so, but knowing EXP I doubt if they would care.

 

They would tell you "If a tradeline reported it, it will stay," I think. What I am trying to figure out is why they say that if I update the address with the tradeline, that they then say that it will CORRECT the address, which I am not so sure it will.....

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I was thinking about the same thing. Just got an updated driver's license with my current address. I was thinking about sending it to Experian, at least to get rid of the 8 billion incorrect name variances they have for me.

 

Any idea if that works?

 

I would hope so, but knowing EXP I doubt if they would care.

 

They would tell you "If a tradeline reported it, it will stay," I think. What I am trying to figure out is why they say that if I update the address with the tradeline, that they then say that it will CORRECT the address, which I am not so sure it will.....

 

 

 

 

Eh, I'll give it a shot. Can't hurt to try. Seems like EX is just one big "i won't do anything to fix it, even if i say i will, and I don't care".

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I had the best success with a phone representative. She deleted them without asking any questions. Now that I think about it, it may have been a bit TOO easy.

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