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How can I find out the numbers I need to contact to pay credit debts?

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First you get copies of all three credit reports from annualcreditreport.com and you look them over very thoroughly, noting and disputing all wrong information with the credit bureau reporting it.  Why pay something that is not yours?  You will find information about the creditor on your credit reports and can contact them after getting that information.  Logically, you should know whom you owe and can make payment arrangements with the information on your credit report.

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Your Credit report

will list contact info for each creditor on your report. 

get all 3 of your credit reports for free once a year at the website:  AnnualCredit Report .com  

Before you pay off old debts, read up on the best ways to deal with them.  Don't call collection agencies about old debts by phone unless your ready to pay it off.  You can often get old debts removed or reduced, read the articles and blogs here on  CK and find out the stratigies for saving money on old debts.  It worth the time so you don't make costly mistakes in dealing with the scoundrels that run collection agencies.

Good luck 

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