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eviction on my credit report
Was told by my current property management that an eviction shows on the report they got. I don't see it on this site how do I find out about this?

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There are three credit bureaus that companies may use for their credit reports.  Companies pay a fee to have their credit transactions reported to a certain credit bureau.  Credit Karma obtains their credit information only from Transunion and that information is just so there would be some facts to use with the financial calculators here.

The best way to find out if there is an eviction on your credit report is to go to annualcreditreport.com and get copies of all three credit reports.  Check everything on them and file disputes on all wrong information with the credit bureau reporting same. I suggest doing the disputes in writing and keeping copies of all communications until this is completely resolved.

Errors are not uncommon on [c[redit reports so keeping a regular check is the best way to keep all reports accurate.

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You can ask them what report they received. Landlords most often get an abbreviated credit report and not a full report. Get copies of your reports from Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax. It will most likely be on one of them. If it is not accurate you should of course, dispute it.

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