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what can i do if my atuo loan company messed uo my credit
auto loan ally financial messed up my credit

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Since you don't say how they

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messed up your credit, Its hard to tell you how to handle this. 

Large corporations rarely have a vendeta against any one customner, so chances are that you did something that triggered this.  Chances are good that they will work with you if you have a genuine complaint.  Contact them and see if you can work this out.  I have found that most will work with you if you keep your cool and don't get angry and put them on the deffensive when you call.

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Well you need to work with them to correct the issue.   Do you have Proof? If you don't there is nothing you can do.

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