CreditReporting.com - Find Answers to Your Credit Reporting Questions
Here in one convenient location, you can get answers to your questions about credit reports and the three national credit agencies, Experian PLC, Equifax, Inc. and TransUnion Corp., including:
Understanding credit scores is becoming more and more important as lenders seem more concerned with using scores these days than using the actual credit report for approving loans for consumers
Reports for Businesses
Credit reports used by or for businesses have special features discussed below.
We devote a section of the site to Identity Theft, as it has become not only a major source of criminal activity for consumers, but it is also a huge source of consumer frustration.
Fair Credit Reporting Act
The Fair Credit Reporting Act, also known as the FCRA, is the main law as it relates to credit reporting, the rights and responsibilities of users of credit reports and providers of credit information, and the rights of consumers who are the subject of the credit report. We provide a summary of the FCRA law, the full text of the law with unofficial interpretations of the sections of the law, as well as providing frequently asked questions about the law with our best attempt to answer those questions.
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