Is there an actual experian phone number live person
for Experian to speak with a live person??? Not the automated system ... I am having the most frustrating time!!
I get my credit report daily from truecredit ... there are 2 items ONLY on my experian report that are not mine. I have talked to the creditor listed and have letters dismissing me from reposibility for the items. I tried doing an online dispute with experian, they said I don't have a "report #" so I can't file a dispute unless I order a report through them. I tried to order one online said they cannot verify my identity, mailed in my identity, they mailed me back asking for the same info I just sent. So I mailed it again with a letter and all my dispute info and the letter they sent me ... again, the same generic letter. Tried to order online again, they can't verify my identity and won't let me dispute online because I don't have a report. Yet I have a report from truecredit, autofax and citifinancial BUT none with an experian credit report # ... SO I am just screwed. I called credit expert and after they verfied me on the phone they tried to walk me through online and when it did not verify me they could not explain why and sent me to another site where I would have to put my cc and pay which I won't do so they told me they can't help me or provide me with a better # for experian ... I am soooo frusterated!! I have proof these are not mine but experian won't even let me give it to them! This has been 2 months that this is effecting my credit! Is this even legal???
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