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how can i get the report so i can get the phone number too the ones i owe so i can pay them off

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This is not a credit bureau, but a tool.

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To get your credit reports, go to annualcreditreport.com and get all 3 credit reports.  Look them over thoroughly because it is likely you'll find some errors.  File disputes on the errors with the credit bureau reporting them.  Even if the same creditor is listed on all 3 credit reports, you are going to have to dispute the item with each credit bureau.

DO NOT try idsputing things on your reports you don't like, but the accounts are legitimately yours.  Dispute only the things that are not yours but are showing on your reports.

Make it a habit to check your credit reports once a year to be sure all entries are correct.

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