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How can I get detailed information on my credit report?
Such as a list of credit cards and loans in my name or how much debt I owe and to whom
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If you want to access your full credit report for additional details, you will need to get a copy of your credit report. I suggest using AnnualCreditReport.com or becoming a member of a credit monitoring subscription service.

AnnualCreditReport.com is the official site to help consumers obtain their credit report for free as required by federal law. AnnualCreditReport.com allows consumers to request a free credit report once every 12 months from each of the three nationwide consumer credit reporting companies-- Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion.

If you want to check your credit report more regularly than the three reports per year provided by AnnualCreditReport.com, then consider subscribing to a credit monitoring program. These programs will not only provide you full access to your credit score and credit report details, but will also provide 24/7 email alerts of changes to your credit report. However, these services can run from $15 to over $30 per month.

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realsugar

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thank you but I am sure i saw on this site that there is a home loan &auto loan in my name, thats what i am looking for

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TINSMAN

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what is is quickest easiest way to increase my credit score?

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ric59

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Is it possible for other to use your name and identification to mess up your credit score?

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NikaPoo

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Absolutely. It is commonly called identity theft. You should always protect your personal information.

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