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How do to report someone to the credit reporting agencies for non payment?

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2011-01-10 19:10:08
2011-01-10 19:10:08

This is a serious endeavor that require you to engage in a business relationship with one or all of the 3 credit agencies. It is not designed for an individual to report a single account. The laws surrounding credit reporting are far to vast for the average person to process.

If you own a company and will need to set up a reporting relationship I suggest you visit the websites for:

Equifax

Experian

Transunion

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