Credit Reports: How to dispute them

If information on your credit report is not correct, all you need to do is follow the directions that came with your credit report to dispute the information.

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So, lets say you checked out your credit report using your free yearly look you get from each of the credit bureaus.  You can get your free look by going to: 

Now, lets say you find information on the report that isn't correct. 
What do you do?
Dispute it.

You don't need to pay someone to do it for you. 
You can do it, just follow the information that comes with the report.

It isn't that hard.
If the information is not right, they need to get it right.

If the information is correct, but you don't like it, well sorry.  It has a right to be there.

If you try to get incorrect information removed and you can't, then go to a good consumer lawye for help.  They can often help you enforce the Fair Debt Reporting laws, and can often get paid for doing it - by the creditors or credit bureaus who should have gotten it right to start with.

See article:   How much can a company charge to correct my credit report?

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