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How can I correct the information in my creddit report?
My credit report lists a credit card which I do not have. How does one go about removing information from their credit report?

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If you mean on your credit report on this site, the information is obtained from Transunion and/or Equifax.  You  have to go to annualcreditreport.com to get coppies of all three credit reports which you will check thoroughly, then file disputes on all incorrect informatioin with the credit bureau reporting same.  Do this check-up once a year, and you should not have wrong information affecting your credit score.

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Dispute incorrect information directly with the credit bureau that is reporting it. The three credit bureaus are Transunion, Equifax and Experian. Directions on how to dispute incorrect information is listed on the credit bureaus websites.

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