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Credit Manager provides your TransUnion credit report and score.
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You need to contact the credit bureau TransUnion at 800-916-8800 or on its website to notify it that the information is incorrect.
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Here are some informative articles that may help: How to Rebuild Your Credit Score Fast 5 Steps to Rebuild Your Credit Build your Credit Score with a Secured Cred...
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The status may indicate that the account was closed by you or the lender. If the account was closed in a delinquent status, the negative information will only fall off...
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Hard inquiries usually stay on your report for two years. However, if the two-year time limit has expired, you can ask the creditor to remove the inquiries. If it was ...
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Just as you would not lend money to anyone you do not know, a lender is not going to extend credit to an unknown risk. When building credit, a good starting point may ...
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Your best bet would be to contact the credit bureau Transunion at 800-916-8800 or on its website to dispute the accounts.
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Your score can change every time your credit report is updated. Most lenders report information to the credit bureaus at least once a month. However, it can take up to...
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