Creditelves works by taking the information you provide and generating custom letters to credit bureaus on your behalf. You simply print out the letters and mail them to the credit bureaus. It's that simple.

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Increase Credit Score

Increasing your credit score is a multi step process that can take a long time. However, getting the ball rolling is sometimes the hardest one. How do you know where to begin?
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Free Credit Report by Mail

Requesting a free credit report by mail is fairly simple. You need to download a request form from one of the various reporting bureaus, print and complete the form, then send it off. It should take about 2-3 weeks to receive your credit report this way.
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Increase Credit Score Quickly

There are several ways to go about increasing your credit score, but only one way to really do it quickly. That is to resolve any mistakes, no matter how small, that may be on your credit report.
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Credit Report Errors

Your good credit can be used to determine your eligibility for everything from a loan to getting a new job. The credit report itself contains information such as your current and previous addresses, if you pay your bills in a timely manner, and even whether you have ever been sued or arrested, or filed for bankruptcy. That information is then gathered by three major reporting agencies, Experian, Equifax and TransUnion, and sold to potential employers, banks and financial institutions, who use it to determine whether or not to give you a loan or rent you a home. The Fair Credit Reporting Act seeks accuracy and privacy when it comes to information and credit, and you should frequently review your credit report to check for inaccuracies.
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