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i typed a question. here goes again. there is wrong information on my report. how do i create?

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help!!!

i have wrong information on my credit report. who can help me? i am screaming at the top of my lungs and pulling my hair out.  help!!!

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You have to dispute the WRONG informationn with the credit report agencies. If nothing, write the people who is reporting the information  or call them direct.

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Patience, it's Sunday.

There is not a staff at Credit Karma waiting to answer all questionss, and it is Sunday, so some on this public forum may have attended church or just having a relaxing day.

Go to annualcreditreport.com and get copies of all three credit reports.  You will find out on each one how to file a dispute on all wrong information.  Often, this can be done online or you can do it via "snail mail".

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