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Kris - how did you get the Experian online report? I went to there site but couldn't find that option.

Hi Thundarr:

Here's what we did:

Go to http://www.experian.com/experian_us.html On the right, there's a link for "Get Your Credit Report" (Order Now). It has you fill out a whole bunch of stuff, give your cc number, etc. Then it asks you a couple of specific questions from what they pulled (or didn't pull!) from your report. For example, they asked me who held my student loans and how much I pay a month. In dh's, they asked what mortgage company held our loan (we don't have one, which was one of the choices). It's just to confirm identity. Then, voila'! It's there!

Hope that helped. If you meant TransUnion, they wouldn't let us view online, but did let us dispute online. Equifax was trickier, though. I was able to see mine online, but wasn't able to get dh's.

I'm hyped. ;)

Kris
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