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can I please have the address of all credit company's , I have too many errors on my credit report.

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Get a copy of your Credit Report

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from one of the 3 CRA's,  You can get a free copy of each report once a year at   AnnualCredit Report .com

Every lender will have an address that you can contact listed.

I suggest that you only get 1 report at a time, Use that info to get started, Then in 4 months go back and get one of the other reports so you can see the changes on your report.  For the most part all 3 will have the exact same info on them. 

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Go to annualcreditreport.com and get copies of all three credit reports.  There you will find the information on your credit accounts. Just make sure the ARE yours and not an error, which should be disputed.

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