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resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved Experian — Terrible experience
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
I have not used credit of any kind in years. In April I wanted to purchase a pre owned Nissan and assumed I had nothing but good reports on my credit. I learned that I have good reports, but also had reports that did not belong to me such as owing $28, 000 for a vehicle, credit card accounts I never opened, married to people I don't know and living in towns I don't know. I was able to purchase a vehicle but the interest rate is a killer. Of course, one cannot speak to an individual at the credit bureaus; you have to write and I am still wanting for a response. This will take forever, but in the here and now my credit score is suffering. These agencies do not even try to keep things straight in your file. How does this happen? All three need to be sued, maybe then they would provide better service. They have too much power and no consequences for errors.