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where can i see the name of my employer?
I got a report saying I had a new employer listed on my credit report????

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Get your credit reports!!

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Go to annualreport.com and get copies of all 3 credit reports.  Look them over carefully, noting any wrong entries (things you KNOW aren't yours) and file disputes on those with the credit bureau that is listing them.  You'll find good information on filing disputes by going to the left of this page under "Resources" then "articles" and look down through the articles until you find the one on disputes.

The government has made it easy to get all 3 credit reports once a year at no charge (used to have to pay for them) so it is up to us to check our reports to make sure everything is correct.  It is not uncommon to find errors on credit reports because humans are entering the information and humans are not perfect.

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