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2009-08-11 19:20:11

A report about your credit that is bad.

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Bad credit or any negative report will remain in your credit report for seven years. Therefore, if it happens that there is a wrong information that will affect your report negatively, be sure to dispute it immediately. You can also do your own credit card repair in order to eliminate any bad credit that will be reflected in your credit report.


By definition, you have 'bad credit' if you pay your debts late or fail to pay them altogether. Therefore, if you have bad credit due to debts, or late payments, and you have no money, there is no way for you to repair your bad credit. But sometimes bad credit can be due to errors on your credit report. If this is the case, obtain a copy of your credit report, notify the credit reporting agency of the errors, and they will check into their accuracy and remove them from your credit report if they find that they are indeed truly errors.


Restoring bad credit takes time. You can start by requesting your credit report and dispute negative mistakes that you may find. Only the passage of time can improve your credit when you have legitimate negative remarks in your credit report.


The purpose of a free credit report is that the individual can get a report of their credit records. This way they can know what there standing is in terms of credit, and see if they have good credit or bad credit without paying any fees or services.


The FCRA says the SOL for debts or negs on your report can only remain for 7 years


it is when you check your credit it shows you your score and tells you if it is good or bad and it is important because without it you could spend extra money on something you buy because you have a bad credit report score.


Yes, credit card consolidation will affect your credit score. It will show on your credit report for at least five years, it doesn't hurt as bad as bankruptcy however.


You pull your credit report at credit report .com and as long as it has been seven years you can go online to dispute it. It should say dispute just push the button or call to dispute it they should have a number for each credit report which concist of three separate ones.


In the majority of situations, bad credit items are supposed to fall off your credit report after 7 years, HOWEVER, this doesn't always happen. After the fall of date has passed, it is best to get a copy of your credit report to insure that negative items have been removed. Know your rights and get a Free Copy of Your Credit Report from the credit bureau


Credit Cards can be an asset to your personal finances. You report your credit card company to regulatory or consumer rights agencies, if they engage in bad business practices such as abuse or unauthorized charges and contract amendments.


No it is NOT! You have to get your credit report to see when the creditor last updated their report to the credit reporting agency. If the creditor chooses to report this bad debt every month than your bad debt will only be erased from the last update. For example: You have a bad debt from a Sears credit card from Jan of 2010. Each month Sears has reported your bad debt to Trans Union or one of the other agencies. The new date is from the last time they updated your credit report NOT from Jan of 2010. They can update it every month for the next 20 years and it will stay as a bad debt and ruin your credit report score. Legal to do it too.


7 to 11 years depending on debt to earning ratio


It most likely will not hurt your credit to much, When you apply for credit it shows as an inquiry on your credit report. To many inquiries is bad. And opening an account and closing it right after shows instability to your credit report and it sticks there for 7 years.


Technically, yes, but usually this is not the case. Most major companies will post the good and the bad, particularly credit card companies and banks. Other companies will only report the negative, such as utility companies, apartment rental companies, etc.


A credit check report is a good thing to have because it can see how good or bad your credit rating is. if your rating is bad it may give you tips to improve it or if its good it will tell you that you dont need to do anything.


if you are an authorized user on the card then you are responsible for the card too. so yes they can


No, but if she defaults on the loan then you will have to pay the amount due or suffer the consequences on your credit report.


The purpose of a credit report check is to check how a person manages their credit obligations and if they have any history of not paying. If one has bad history then it is more of a risk for a company to give that person credit.


doing extra credit and get good grades after that report card


Your business would have to become a client/contributing member of the credit bureaus.


It depends on your state, check with your local state law makers.


you can call your credit reporting agencies, you can also compare your three credit report from your credit reporting agencies this ezcreditrepairsolutions(dot)com(slash)credit(dash)report(dash)score(slash) from different credit reporting agencies, They provide a lot of great information for improving your credit score, and it worked well for me.


YES! You don't have to have credit established before something bad goes on there. Anything, good or bad, that has to do with credit will show up.


You can obtain a free credit report from Experian once per year for free. If you try to obtain a credit report and they charge you, you may have inquired about one already.


There are a plethora of credit report services currently available. The best free credit report services are My Free credit Report, Credit Karma, and Credit Sesame.



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