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Posted May 22, 2009
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Does AT&T require reports from every credit bureau, or at least one?
Long story short, during my first visit to the AT&T store my report couldn't be located.  I called up TransUnion and Equifax, and my impression was that I could receive a free report from TransUnion by tomorrow while Equifax may delay my report by up to a week.  I'm considering revisiting the AT&T store with a printout of my report, or at least the confirmation that the problem has been resolved, but I don't want to waste my time if AT&T requires multiple reports at the time I begin my subscription to their services. Does AT&T  require reports from every credit bureau, or will TransUnion be sufficient?
Long story short, during my first visit to the AT&T store my report couldn't be located.  I called up TransUnion and Equifax, and my impression was that I could receive a free report from TransUnion by tomorrow while Equifax may delay my report by up to a week.  I'm considering revisiting the AT&T store with a printout of my report, or at least the confirmation that the problem has been resolved, but I don't want to waste my time if AT&T requires multiple reports at the time I begin my subscription to their services. Does AT&T  require reports from every credit bureau, or will TransUnion be sufficient?

Does AT&T require reports from every credit bureau, or at least one?

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A credit report in and of itself isn't sufficient.  Any deposit required is based on the credit SCORE -- which you normally have to pay an extra fee for -- in addition to the free credit report.
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May 23, 2009 10:14:52 PM
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A credit report summarizes/interprets to a credit score.

 

I doubt at&t would make any assesments of your self suplied credit report. they have their procedures and will judge from that.

 

It's best you wait for them to determine your feasability/risk as a customer and let it be at that. 

A credit report summarizes/interprets to a credit score.

 

I doubt at&t would make any assesments of your self suplied credit report. they have their procedures and will judge from that.

 

It's best you wait for them to determine your feasability/risk as a customer and let it be at that. 

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