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MPM My Privacy Matters EliminateIDtheft is Dangerous

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In my pursuit of CRA counter-intelligence my suspicion is triggered by MPM's EliminateIDtheft. From my contacts, I know for a fact that there are CRA agents that will attempt to jack-ur-credit-file-up(within percieved legal limitations) if they think you're taking advantage of the system without permission, (There are so who have permission to manipulate system).

 

With that being said...Why does MPM have to request logins?...If you got your report locked after you used MPM do you think it was a coincidence?

 

 

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Have a theory that someone manually reviews your inquiries before granting you a login. If they don't like what they see you get flagged.

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Have a theory that someone manually reviews your inquiries before granting you a login. If they don't like what they see you get flagged.

I would doubt that. I had issues, but it was because my info on one of my credit files got jacked (address reporting incorrectly) so they couldn't verify. A call to TU fixed the issue and I was good to go.

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They are a pain in the flowers. The customer service on the telephone is aloof and barely professional. They don't answer emails. They aren't clever enough, nor are they staffed for, a conspiracy.

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They are a pain in the flowers. The customer service on the telephone is aloof and barely professional. They don't answer emails. They aren't clever enough, nor are they staffed for, a conspiracy.

^^^ THIS ^^^

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I signed up for it earlier this week through EliminateIDTheft...got their little login in email finally, tried to pull...got an error. Called in, said they couldn't pull info from credit bureau. I asked why...got the "I don't know, call this number"....after two more phone calls with the exact same BS...I said forget it, I don't have time to mess with this kind of business...give me my money back. Don't think there is a conspiracy...just think they're salamanders.

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I signed up for it earlier this week through EliminateIDTheft...got their little login in email finally, tried to pull...got an error. Called in, said they couldn't pull info from credit bureau. I asked why...got the "I don't know, call this number"....after two more phone calls with the exact same BS...I said forget it, I don't have time to mess with this kind of business...give me my money back. Don't think there is a conspiracy...just think they're salamanders.

 

EliminateIDTheft subscribes to the My Privacy Matters service so they have to request access on your behalf with MPM. If something goes wrong with your account, they cant fix it. They have to contact MPM to have it resolved which can take days. I had a prior issue with EIDT closing my account due to an expired credit card on file, it took me days to get my account reinstated. I had to contact MPM directly and bypass EIDT to get it resolved.

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I signed up for it earlier this week through EliminateIDTheft...got their little login in email finally, tried to pull...got an error. Called in, said they couldn't pull info from credit bureau. I asked why...got the "I don't know, call this number"....after two more phone calls with the exact same BS...I said forget it, I don't have time to mess with this kind of business...give me my money back. Don't think there is a conspiracy...just think they're salamanders.

 

EliminateIDTheft subscribes to the My Privacy Matters service so they have to request access on your behalf with MPM. If something goes wrong with your account, they cant fix it. They have to contact MPM to have it resolved which can take days. I had a prior issue with EIDT closing my account due to an expired credit card on file, it took me days to get my account reinstated. I had to contact MPM directly and bypass EIDT to get it resolved.

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I signed up for it earlier this week through EliminateIDTheft...got their little login in email finally, tried to pull...got an error. Called in, said they couldn't pull info from credit bureau. I asked why...got the "I don't know, call this number"....after two more phone calls with the exact same BS...I said forget it, I don't have time to mess with this kind of business...give me my money back. Don't think there is a conspiracy...just think they're salamanders.

No, there is no conspiracy, but I know f analyst who are paid to prevent manipulation of creditors and others who flag you and cause problems in other ways...fyi-some are paid to monitor forums...I was just curious if I could smoke out some paid affiliations via my inflammatory post :)

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