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what is the name of the service to help with a direct credit report error?

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there were two sites one was some beuroand the other I couldn't find them on here again

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EddyTX

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I googled " beuroand" and came up with nothing. 

You can dispute anything on your report yourself and do not need to pay anyone else to do it for you.

You can file a dispute on inaccurate info either here on CK or on the credit reporting agencies website. But by doing this your often give up rights that you have if you do it the old fashioned way and write a letter.  I always suggest a good paper trail on these matters.

I know CK doesn't like it when i put up info from other websites but here is a consise collection of steps to take on correcting your Credit Report.

creditcards.com/credit-card-news/10-surefire-steps-to-get-errors-off-credit_reports.php

Hope that helps.

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