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how can i get removed from one or more of so called credit bureau's?
I am not happy with Transunion, how can I get removed from this outfit?

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Transunion, Experian and Equifax are all credit reporting bureaus that the creditors (businesses you "borrow" from) report to for the benefit of all potential creditors.  They, in turn, use this information in granting credit.  Individuals have no choice in this matter  since it is a business decision.

Your dislike of Transunion may be based on what is on your credit report.  But there are errors on at least 25% of credit reports in the US.  It is up to the individual to get the errors on their reports corrected.  Go to annualcreditreport.com and get copies of your credit reports from all three credit bureaus.  Look them over carefully and file a dispute on each error with the credit bureau reporting said error.  They have to investigate and either verify or delete said error.

FYI-An error is NOT something that is true on your report, but you don't like it, such as late payments or judgements.  You want only what IS yours on YOUR credit report, bad or good.

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