XPN: ZEROING OUT ELEMENTS IN THE ADMIN REPORT

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David A. Szwak

XPN: ZEROING OUT ELEMENTS IN THE ADMIN REPORT

Postby David A. Szwak » Wed Nov 23, 2005 6:37 am

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3 Q. And is that a CDV that was sent to a subscriber?
4 A. Yes, it was.
5 Q. I assume that -- that the Carson is under another
6 name on the admin report; is that correct?
7 A. I would probably have to go by the subcode because
8 it's probably changed names recently.
9 Q. Well, what subscriber number do you show in
10 connection with that?
11 A. It's 2390445. It's Bergners. It's on Experian
12 0183.
13 Q. Right. Those are in numerical order, I noticed.
14 The Bergners/Carson's, what was the nature of Mr. Jensen's
15 dispute that gave rise to that CDV?
16 A. "Not mine."
17 Q. And what was -- what was their response?
18 A. They responded that it was verified as reported.
19 However, in the subscriber/consumer ID, it has a different
20 social security number, and it has a different address.

21 Q. And so they were indicating to you that -- that
22 they were verifying the reporting as they had been
23 reporting it?
24 A. Yes.
25 Q. However, the difference in social security

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1 number -- obviously, it's not the plaintiff's social
2 security number in connection with their reporting?
3 A. That's true.

4 Q. Would you agree with me that the admin report on
5 page 183, Bates label 183, shows the Bergners reporting
6 with the name cross-reference zeroed out and the address
7 zeroed out and no social security number reported with it?
8 A. Yeah. That's what it shows on the admin report.
9 (Exhibit No. 16 was marked.)

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