At least once a year, you should review your free credit report from each of the three major credit bureaus to ensure all your credit history and payment history are accurate. What is a credit dispute letter? A credit dispute letter is a written request to a credit bureau to investigate and correct errors on … Continue reading How to Write a Credit Dispute Letter →
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Bankruptcy is a serious financial event that can have long-lasting consequences on an individual’s credit score and overall financial health. To begin rebuilding your credit and financial stability, you must take steps to remove bankruptcy from your credit report as soon as possible. In this article, we will discuss strategies for removing bankruptcy from your … Continue reading How to Remove a Bankruptcy from Your Credit Report Early →
Many people work hard to maintain good credit and a healthy financial profile. The credit report is like a report card for your finances and it, combined with your credit score, controls almost everything that you do financially. It can determine whether you can secure a mortgage, buy a car, or get a credit account. … Continue reading How Long Do Negative Items Stay on Your Credit Report? →
A collection is when your overdue bill is turned over or sold from the original creditor (such as a credit card company or doctor’s office) to a collection agency. The debt is usually sold for just pennies on the dollar. However, the creditor would rather bring in a fraction of the bill than spending the … Continue reading How to Remove Collection Accounts from Your Credit Report →
Credit reporting and monitoring have become ubiquitous in recent years. While credit reports have been used for decades to determine things like interest rates, credit limits, and creditworthiness when applying for a loan or credit card, they’re now used for much more. Many people don’t know that landlords run a credit check when you apply … Continue reading How to Dispute an Error with TransUnion →