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Wrong information in the report
I see that you listed Credit one bank as a new credit card for me and that I owe $94. This company has sent me many many notices and I have not activated a card with them nor will I ever activate a card with them. I do not owe $94 and they know this also. And there are no mortgagte changes on my account. My mortgage was never ever $11080.00 it has been ~305,000 for some time now. Please update your information and contact me with this change via email. Thank you.

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The information provided here is taken from TransUnion. If you see something incorrect here then it is likely wrong on your credit file at TransUnion. You need to get a copy of your credit report free from annualcreditreport.com and check your credit report good for errors, then dispute any items directly to TransUnion.

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