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The Sweeping Changes That Could Raise Your Credit Score

Under a major overhaul by the credit bureaus announced Monday, unpaid medical bills will be treated differently and errors on your credit report could become easier to fix. The changes, applauded by consumer advocates, come as a result of an agreement between the big three credit bureaus, Experian, Equifax and TransUnion, and New York Attorney General Eric [...]


How to Read Credit Reports From Each of The Three Bureaus

Many consumers don't understand that they have more than one credit score. What really matters when it comes to building good credit are the essentials.

The Internet has changed just about everything, and that includes the world of credit reports and credit repair. Consumers can now access their credit files online and even initiate disputes through credit bureau websites. Of course, the centerpiece of credit repair is the dispute letter. Today I want to address a frequent question on whether or not to use the online dispute option (now available with all three credit bureaus).

Credit Scores for Dummies (and Smart People) from Credit Scores, #CreditScores

Credit Scores for Dummies (and Smart People) from Credit Scores, #CreditScores


Positive info not always reported to all 3 credit bureaus

from eHow

How to Contact Credit Bureaus by Phone

3 credit bureaus

from Clark Howard

Credit Bureaus Face New Rules

The 3 main credit bureaus have announced new changes that will help take the bite out of unpaid medical debt and make it easier to dispute mistakes.

The Credit Repair Black Book - Credit Repair Secrets and Strategies the Credit Bureaus Won't Tell You (Smart Living) by Mark Kennedy. $6.17. 215 pages. Author: Mark Kennedy. Publisher: Back to School Press, Inc; 3 edition (January 26, 2012)

from AAACreditGuide

How to Get Your Free Credit Report

The FCRA entitles you to 1 free credit report from each of the 3 major credit bureaus, each year. Find out how to get a copy of yours here.


One out of four Americans has an error on their credit report. But contacting someone at the three credit bureaus to help fix the mistake is notoriously difficult. Good, simple tip to help you contact a credit bureau to fix your credit. Need to remember this.