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how do i pay off the 170 dollars i owe cap . and what is it as a company . ????

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You will need to obtain an actual credit report from one of the big three bureaus. TransUnion, Equifax, or Experian. A full report will include complete names and contact information, along with your account number for the account.

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Get your credit reports.

It is not uncommon for credit reports to contain errors, so it is our responsibility to make sure the errors are corrected.  If you are not currently getting a bill from this company, suspect an error and go to annualcreditreport.com to get copies of the reports from all three credit bureaus.  Look them over carefully and file disputes on all errors with the credit bureau reporting them.  They have to investigate and either verify or delete the entry.

Make it a habit now to check your credit reports every year to make sure all information is correct.

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