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According to a study by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), one in five consumers have a potentially material error in their credit report that paints them as a higher risk than they actually are. So effectively disputing errors in your credit report is a valuable skill. Here’s how to go about it:

How to Dispute Errors in Your Credit Report [Infographic]

According to a study by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), one in five consumers have a potentially material error in their credit report that paints them as a higher risk than they actually are. So effectively disputing errors in your credit report is a valuable skill. Here’s how to go about it:

How to Dispute Credit Report Errors Infographic How to Dispute Credit Report Errors Infographic

About the author:

Sean P. Egen

After realizing he couldn’t pay back his outrageous film school student loans with rejection notices from Hollywood studios, Sean focused his screenwriting skills on scripting corporate videos. Videos led to marketing communications, which led to articles and, before he knew it, Sean was making a living as a writer. He continues to do so today by leveraging his expertise in credit, financial planning, wealth-building, and living your best life for Credit One Bank.




This material is for informational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified tax advisor, attorney or financial advisor. Readers should consult with their own tax advisor, attorney or financial advisor with regard to their personal situations.


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