Post Number: 1881
|Posted on Sunday, February 29, 2004 - 06:21 am: ||
EXHIBIT AJ - Plaintiff’s correspondence to Harry Gambill, Trans Union reporting and the 2003 $1,300,000 judgment against Trans Union.
1) 1/29/03 – $1,300,000 Amended Judgment, Thomas v. Trans Union
2) 12/29/03 – Trans Union credit reporting with “Balance/Past due” amounts higher than “Most Owed” and many undated late payments.
3) 8/10/01 - Plaintiff’s PlanetFeedback.com letter to Harry Gambill, asking about the Trans Union policy not to disclose the dates for late payments. “Example: In prior 34 months from date closed 1 Time 30 days late.”
4) 1/4/02 - Plaintiff’s PlanetFeedback.com letter to Harry Gambill. “I no longer want my Trans Union credit report scored by Fair, Isaac's software -- as the score depends on the data in the underlying credit report.”
5) 8/6/03 - Trans Union deleted plaintiff’s two positive FCNB accounts. Plaintiff had NOT disputed! Trans Union refused to provide any information about this dispute.
6) 8/6/03 – Trans Union split file with only the JC Penney account. If a typo in a consumer’s first name causes files to split, what happens when people change their last name after marriage and divorce? This account also contains the typical bizarre reporting of the payment history and the dates make no sense.