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CRA Fax Numbers (EQ, EX, TU)

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Here is another one for TU: (714)525-0166, as of yesterday afternoon, it is good.

 

I have the same EQ number that you have. It is good.

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Here is another one for TU: (714)525-0166, as of yesterday afternoon, it is good.

 

I have the same EQ number that you have. It is good.

Do you dispute by fax often?? Does it work for you? I disputed the first time CMRRR and they deleted most everything, but never sent me anything afterwards saying what they did delete and what remains.

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I'm wondering if I fax in my next round of disputes and then send the fax CMRRR if they will claim they have more information and extend the time frame they have to investigate, I might do that and see what happens.

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how does everyone get duplicate inquiries off of EQ do you dispute them as duplicate same as anything else?? I have target 2x and SAf(student loan) 4x times all hards

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Dispute EQ INQS as NOt MIne.

 

Hello Kitty: Before I found CB I disputed EVERYTHING via fax and phone. Never had a problem. I see why they advise against it, but if you don't plan to sure and don't need a paper trail, then go for it.Since CB I've started sending my important disputes CMRRR.

 

Kind of ironic though, I had more luck disputing via fax and phone thatn I have CMRRR since CB! YMMV!

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so you send disputes via fax?

 

Send your initial disputes via fax, and put "VIA FACSIMILE TO xxx-xxx-xxx AND BY CERTFIED MAIL # xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx" just under their address in your letter. Hold on to the hardcopy for 5 business days and if there is no change to the account, send it cmrrr.

 

Faxes are handled much differently than mail at the CRA's. Mail comes in and sits for days in the mail room until it's opened and logged to your file, then on the next run the request is sent to the reporter to verify the reporting and act on the dispute. However when a fax comes in, it's not in a pile of sealed envelopes that they can store for days -- so they can't sit on it -- they have to process it immediately. That's why they try to keep their fax numers so secret (they don't do a very good job though).

 

Faxing is at least a week faster than anything you send them in the mail. Just remember that anything you send them that is not directly from you (i.e. a letter from a creditor telling you they are deleting your account) MUST be signed by the author or the CRA's will simply process it as a normai dispute.

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so you send disputes via fax?

 

Send your initial disputes via fax, and put "VIA FACSIMILE TO xxx-xxx-xxx AND BY CERTFIED MAIL # xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx" just under their address in your letter. Hold on to the hardcopy for 5 business days and if there is no change to the account, send it cmrrr.

 

That is a great idea. I think I will do this!!

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