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HELP!!! I disputed a medical account with EQ and it was deleted then showed up again with a different CA. I sent the reinsertion letter to EQ and they replied back that this was previously disputed and it remained on my report. What is my next move? :aggressive:

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Reinsertion is when the same creditor is removed from your report as a result of a dispute and then shows up again. With a new CA you'll have to start over, have they called or send a letter?

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Reinsertion is when the same creditor is removed from your report as a result of a dispute and then shows up again. With a new CA you'll have to start over, have they called or send a letter?

 

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This isn't reinsertion.

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As others have said, that is not re-insertion. You will need to send a new letter to the new CA.

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No, the new CA that is reporting this debt has not sent a letter. Should I send the DV letter to them to the address for them listed on the credit report?

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No, the new CA that is reporting this debt has not sent a letter. Should I send the DV letter to them to the address for them listed on the credit report?

 

Yes, I would DV them CMRRR

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