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this is rediculous
make sure the credit score goes up to over 700 the credit score is wrong
I had three accounts finally removed loans and credit cards not my responsibity finally and it made my score go down BS this system better fix it or help.
I have a class action on transunion they had better start making sure my credit score is up over 700 what do I do contact my lawyer?

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Why would you attack the middle man (Transunion)?  Credit Bureaus are all "reporting companies."  This means that if your creditors submit info about you and say that it is correct; they will report it as such.  If you submit them proof that indeed there is an error on your credit file; they will remove the errors and report what you tell them as well.  As for your score; the most accurate model is used by a company called Fico. That company scores your credit based on what is showing on your report.  Ps the only thing a lawyer would do concering the info you just stated is laugh and probably charge you $100/hr for waisting their time.  Do your research before making such bold accusations....

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