Originally Posted by Bamaman
Like I said, follow the published procedure on how to dispute an erroneous error, and it will be fixed. It's something that happens every day of the year.
All getting an attorney into the fray will be running up a few hours time @ $150-$200 per hour. And they'll probably want a $3,500 up front payment. You will recover none of the funds expended before the corrections is made.
No getting my attorney involved just takes the hassle out of it for me.I feel bad for people that can't write a check for an attorney and have to run in circles.
The law firm I deal with are Family Friends going back 3 generations.
Oh also at the time I involved my attorney I could not supply the information that Equifax requested. A lot of people assume that the reason there was a mistake is because it involved me or my accounts. Not so!
Do you know your neighbor 2 blocks up the street and down the ally.
You can follow the directions till the cows come home and get nowhere. Because Equifax has there own questions and rules. If you can't answer the questions you can solve the puzzle.
I have paid the law firm for the past 40 years. Now it their turn to do a little more for me than fill out a form.