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Correcting Credit Reports

Having good or excellent credit is something that should be very important to you.  Your credit rating can affect what kind of job you will be able to get, the type of dwelling you will be able to live in and the type of car you will be able to buy.  Overall, your credit rating will determine if you qualify for a loan or mortgage and how high or low your interest rate will be.  People with a low credit rating are often only offered loans with a high interest rate.  The higher the interest rate, the more money you will have to pay every month.  Lower interest rates allow you to focus on paying off the principle debt in a shorter amount of time.

Since your credit rating can affect so many parts of your life, you need to understand how this rating is derived.  All the debt that you carry affects your rating.  There is negative debt and positive debt.  Positive debt is the kind of debt that works in your favor.  This includes having lines of credit with longevity that have a balance that is paid on time.  Positive debt also includes paying off your debt in a responsible way.  Negative debt on the other hand works against you.  This can include charge-offs, collections, and late or delinquent payments.  When these remarks appear on your credit report, they are a sure sign to lenders that you may not be financially responsible or credit worthy.

Your credit report and rating can affect you immeasurably, so it is important to be aware of what is on your report.  There are three main credit reporting agencies.  They are Equifax, TransUnion and Experian.  When a potential lender pulls your credit report, they will use information from one, some or all of these credit bureaus.  Each of these companies may have a slightly different report about your credit rating.  It is your job to make sure that the information that they have associated with you is correct.  Having an error on your credit report can cause you a lot of difficulty so getting every detail to be accurate may be the best thing for you to do.

Some of the major inaccuracies on a credit report include have an item or remark that is false.  False remarks can include late payments, remarks that are more than seven years old, or accounts that you never opened.  Identity theft is one of the most rapidly increasing crimes today.  Many people are using another person’s identity in ways that hurt the victim financially.  If you notice inaccuracies on your credit report, you need to contact CreditElves.  CreditElves has a lot of experience with wording the proper correspondence letters for people in your situation.  If you seriously want to improve your credit, you need to really consider contacting CreditElves so that you can send a letter that is direct, appropriate and effective.  Making corrections begins with becoming aware of the error and letting your creditors, reporting agencies and the credit bureaus know.  Visit www.creditelves.com to learn more.

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