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Experian "Special Handling" Department


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Several years ago I got into a "protracted dispute" with Experian. Ever since, any credit dispute letters I have sent to Experian get routed to their Special Handling Department. I have spoken with their representatives several times and found them to be quite rude and unhelpful, and their responses to the few dispute letters I sent to be unhelpful and never addressed my concern.

Has anyone else had experience with Experian's Special Handling Department? Can you share the good or bad experiences you've had? I am under the impression a person can "opt out" of this department, and trying to decide the best way to handle some upcoming dispute letters.  Thanks!

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I was in "special handling" for awhile...from my experience it's basically where everything goes through human eyes, not completely automated like normal.  It may or may not have had anything to do with the multitudes of disputes, fraud alerts and freezing of my report I was doing at that time.  

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