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how do I dispute wrong information on my credit report?

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First you have to pull your report directly from the bureau you want to dispute with and then you can proceed with a dispute. Directions on how to dispute are located at each bureaus site. Experian, Equifax and Transunion.

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Why do we have to contact all 3 C.B. they share other info so why can't they do the same with errors?

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SHOWING AN OPEN ACCOUNT WITH FIRST PREMIER BANK>
NO SUCH ACCOUNT

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Credit limit change

There is a credit limit change that happened with my credit card right after the last update 7 days ago? Why is this not showing on my report? 

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