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What can I do about incorrect information generated by the credit bureau?
mortgage information is incorrect. Mortgage Co. did not report misinformation. Incorrect mortgage information generated by credit bureau.

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If the loan is still open, your lender probably reports once per month, so maybe next month the information will be correct. I am not sure what is going on here, but I would think if the info was incorrect your lender would straighten this out with the credit bureaus. Possibly there is an issue with the credit bureau or with Credit Karma and the glitch is on this end. Just be careful what you do, you do not want to get the account removed from your credit reports as that may hurt your credit, and if you start disputing the account for incorrect info, that could happen. What kind of error is it anyway? Something simple or something major?

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