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dispute items on my credit report
where do I go to dispute items on my credit report on my own here on the credit karma page

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You can go right to the credit bureau web sites ( Transunion, equifax and experian ) . If you are disputing an item they let you get a look at your report and file the dispute right there . I just did this back in april and may , and all 3 bureaus were very easy to fix.

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how do you get a hold of each of the credit bureaus

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where do I go to dispute items

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gona try

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Dispute ALL of the negatives on your report! There's no harm in it.

If they don't receive a reponse then it gets taken off of your report. If they do respond, then you know what exactly you have to fix.

Remember, different bureaus have different reports. Check them all. It's free once a year. It's something I do everytime tax time comes around. That way I can use my refund to fix if I have to.

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