Your 9 Most Common Credit Questions, Answered (Experian)

Borrowers should avoid payday and other types of predatory lenders, who may offer credit without a credit check in exchange for triple-digit interest rates and terms that are nearly impossible to meet.

Need ideas? You can explore options with personalized recommendations on credit cards and personal loans based on your credit score using Experian’s CreditMatch™[17].

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How Do I Dispute Something on My Credit Report?

If your credit report shows information you believe to be inaccurate, you can file a dispute with any of the three credit reporting bureaus. You can dispute information on your Experian credit report by phone or mail, but the fastest route to resolution is online using the Experian Dispute Center. Get full details about the Experian dispute process[18], what you need to file a dispute and what to expect as the process plays out.

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How Can I Get My Credit Score and Credit Report?

Monitoring your credit report and score regularly helps you monitor your progress and keep an eye out for fraud. Many financial institutions provide free credit reports, including your bank and credit issuer.

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