Duplicates on Your Credit Report could Mean Double Jeopardy



Are you seeing double on your credit report? Sometimes it’s an innocent mistake and easy to fix, but sometimes it’s just unfair. Find out more about what duplicates mean on your credit report, and how to dispute them.

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2 Responses

  1. Indra Keliuotis says:

    thanks so much Michael! I wanted to ask you a question, I received an email from FT requesting that I contact their Special Assets Management Department. I am approximately 107 days late. First off, does it make sense to contact them? or wait til 152 days late? Also how do I confirm exactly how many days late I am?

  2. LI PING HE says:

    Thank you bro!!

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