Don’t assume that your credit report is free from errors. Mistakes happen and the sooner you spot them, the less damage they can do to your credit score. Watch out for these most common errors on your credit report.
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Credit score myths abound. Understanding these five can help you build a stronger credit profile and ultimately higher scores.
Anyone who has applied for a credit card or loan is well aware of consumer credit reports, but business credit reports also exist, and contain similar information regarding outstanding loans and payments made.
What is in your consumer credit report? It might look complicated but there’s a simple structure among the detail. Find out what to look for on yours.
Does your consumer credit report matter? In a word, yes. Even if you’re not currently applying for a loan or credit card, it’s still an important dossier that could reveal if someone is trying to steal your identity. Here’s what to look for in yours.
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