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Sent letters to all 3 CRAs requesting removal of old addresses almost 2 weeks ago. Delivery confirmed via Priority Mail. What's the avg turn around time to get a response back from the CRAs?

 

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8 hours ago, j7n1o7 said:

 

Sent letters to all 3 CRAs requesting removal of old addresses almost 2 weeks ago. Delivery confirmed via Priority Mail. What's the avg turn around time to get a response back from the CRAs?

 

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Approx 30 days. You can call and verify new addresses and delete old ones too. I had a hell of a time with XP last year. 

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Approx 30 days. You can call and verify new addresses and delete old ones too. I had a hell of a time with XP last year. 
Thanks X!

I'm following WhyChat's method for disputing medicals first and mailing in the requests was suggested. Yeah I hear EX is stubborn when it comes to removing addys.

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Disputing addresses/phone numbers is one of the few things we recommend doing either over the phone or online (directly with the bureau and not through Kredit Kangaroo or some other third-party site).

 

Here is a lengthy discussion about Experian and removing addresses that may help.

 

https://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?/topic/528144-the-master-how-to-delete-old-addresses-from-experian/ 

 

 

 

 

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Disputing addresses/phone numbers is one of the few things we recommend doing either over the phone or online (directly with the bureau and not through Kredit Kangaroo or some other third-party site).
 
Here is a lengthy discussion about Experian and removing addresses that may help.
 
https://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?/topic/528144-the-master-how-to-delete-old-addresses-from-experian/ 
 
 
 
 
Thanks CV!

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Disputing addresses/phone numbers is one of the few things we recommend doing either over the phone or online (directly with the bureau and not through Kredit Kangaroo or some other third-party site).

 

Here is a lengthy discussion about Experian and removing addresses that may help.

 

https://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?/topic/528144-the-master-how-to-delete-old-addresses-from-experian/ 

 

 

 

 

Well went online and it looks like TU already updated my addresses. EQ didnt do it yet. Removed them myself online. Of course EX, like many have said aint budging on line. Will follow up with EX after reading this thread you provided. Thx again!

 

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3 hours ago, j7n1o7 said:

Thanks X!

I'm following WhyChat's method for disputing medicals first and mailing in the requests was suggested. Yeah I hear EX is stubborn when it comes to removing addys.

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Doing it via mail gives you paper trail. They stalled me last year, and i had to call and talk to a rep. Then i had to move, and called and said to the same thing as the letters indicate, and got it knocked out on the spot. They sent me updated CR in about 1 wk or so 

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On 3/28/2019 at 8:10 AM, cv91915 said:

Disputing addresses/phone numbers is one of the few things we recommend doing either over the phone or online (directly with the bureau and not through Kredit Kangaroo or some other third-party site).

 

Here is a lengthy discussion about Experian and removing addresses that may help.

 

https://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?/topic/528144-the-master-how-to-delete-old-addresses-from-experian/ 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Love seeing this still used.  

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