Tuesday, August 30, 2005

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Do you know what to look for in your Credit Report?

Well here's a partial list, you can use:

* Check the entire report to make sure it is accurate and pay close attention to items such as loan balances, credit limits and past-due amounts.
* Make sure that you recognize each account, including mortgages, loans and credit cards. If you don't know the creditor, check it out. Sometimes companies change their names, or it could be a fraudulent account.
* Closely review all negative information to make certain the amounts and dates of delinquency match personal records. Also look for out-of-date accounts. Negative information should remain on credit reports for seven years

What to look for in your Credit Report ?

Johncy Edward
Your Trusted Credit Score/Credit Repair Guru


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