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I am a victim of identity theft, and had filed a report with local police, also the FTC. I requested Experian block a fraudulent account, and provided them with copies of the identity theft reports to support the request. They removed the fraudulent account within a few days of doing this. I had disputed the same fraudulent account with Equifax, and attached identity theft reports as supporting documentation. For 3 weeks after Experian blocked the account, the date reported on this same account was updated 4 times on Equifax. 11/11/2016 I requested Experian remove the fraudulent ac
(newbie here, I re-posted this from another forum at the advice of a regular user. ) Normally, when a creditor sues you, you eventually find yourself in a court room explaining to the judge that you dispute the debt. The first thing the judge is going to ask you is " Did you put your dispute in writing and send it to the Plaintiff? The response sound never be no. A strict judge may pass a judgement right then and there. This is why what I am about to tell you is so Important. When a debtor first contacts you about a debt, it is important that you dispute the debt. If you do not