Category: Credit Report Errors

Does a Credit Bureau Have to Fix an Error in My Credit Report?

Negative information in credit reports can affect a consumer’s life. Lower credit ratings and overall creditworthiness affects your ability to secure housing, loans, and even employment opportunities. Incorrect negative information in a credit report can be especially frustrating. However, with sufficient evidence, credit reporting agencies are required to correct any inaccurate or false information. In […]

What Are Common Credit Report Errors?

Credit reports are invaluable and help determine an applicant’s character and creditworthiness. The information contained in the report allows you to secure loans, housing, employment, lines of credit, and insurance coverage. Credit reporting agencies gather and compile financial information on more than 200 million people monthly. They sell the reports to employment agencies and businesses […]

Can I Be Denied Housing for Tenant Screening Report Errors?

Utilizing background checks and credit reports to determine one’s character and financial trustworthiness is standard practice when applying for jobs, loans, insurance, etc. Applying to rent a house or apartment is no exception. Landlords can request tenant screening reports to review a simplified summary of a prospective renter’s rental history. These reports provide a quick […]

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