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credit score show zero when I applied for a car.
Went and applied to get a car at two different dealerships and they both said I had "0" for credit score when here it showed I had over 600 score.

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Check your credit reports!!

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This site gets information from Transunion.  But your dealerships may go to Experian or Equifax, or they go to myfico.com.  You might wish to find out whom they use.  But first, go to freeannualreport.com and get all 3 credit reports.  Go over them carefully to make sure all information is true and accurate.  If there are errors, file a dispute for each error with the credit bureau it is listed on.  The credit bureau then has to investigate and verify or delete the error.  You want to do this credit check for yourself every year so that only correct information is being reported.  

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