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Things lately have been coming to a head with experian and questioning their entries on my credit report. A friend of mine says that it is legal to send them a letter and remove my credit report because due to the Data Protection Act you can do this.

 

Does any one know if this is true?

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Guest louis wu

Hello,

 

It is my understanding that you can query an entry. Additionally, if you feel there were mitigating circumstances for an adverse entry, a letter can be written, explaining these cirumstances, which they have to attatch to your file.

 

Asking/demanding for an entry to be deleted is not something I ever remember reading about though, so don't think that's going to work (I could be wrong though).

 

If you are talking about removing all entries, then I do remember seeing that discussed in the passed, but I think the concesus was that it just wasn't possible.

 

Having said all that, I think this thread may have the answers to all your questions.

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/legalities/41516-un1boy-experian-default-removal.html?highlight=experian

 

I haven't read it all, but I hope it helps, and the link PK has put in will help you if you want to discuss this further.

 

louis

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