Tag Archives: Experian

CoreLogic Consumer Finance Solutions

CoreLogic Consumer Finance Solutions Provides Different Credit Data Consumers with a real interest in the credit scoring system are aware of the kinds of data contained in their Equifax, Experian and Trans Union credit reports.  They know that timeliness of payments on their monthly bills is meticulously recorded along with negative information such as judgments

Debt Collector Legal Registration

  Debt Collector Legal Registration Requirement Did you know that a debt collector must register with your State Department of Business Regulation in order to report, confirm, verify or try to collect an alleged debt?  Do you know why debt collector legal registration may be of critical importance to you?  Let me tell you a

Credit Report Personal Information: A Deep Dive

Credit Report Personal Information Category Your credit reports from Equifax, Experian or Trans Union each have five different categories: Personal Information, also referred to as Personal Identification Information by Equifax Historical Account Information Inquiries Public Records This Essay will deal with the basics of the Credit Report Personal Information category.  My purpose is to help

Experian Lawsuit Alleges Careless Numerous Errors

  Experian Lawsuit Filed by Mississippi Attorney General An Experian Lawsuit has been filed against the credit reporting giant by Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood’s office. “Experian has turned its failure to maintain accurate credit reports and its refusal to investigate consumer’s disputes into a business opportunity” according to Mr. Hood.  “Experian has for more

Credit File Fraud Alert Before Security Freeze

Credit File Fraud Alert Less Drastic than Credit File Security Freeze Many consumers are confused about the pros and cons of a credit file fraud alert versus a credit file security freeze.  Let’s take a look at what is similar and what is different about these two avenues of self protection against identity theft and

Educational Credit Scores Examination

  Educational Credit Scores Confuse Many FICO rules the credit scoring world.  Despite the best efforts of competitors it is used by over 90 percent of lenders. Educational credit scores are those scores produced by credit reporting agencies and others that are little used by banks and credit card companies.  FICO still commands over 90

Equifax-Experian-TransUnion: Compare major credit bureaus

Equifax-Experian-TransUnion: Compare Major Credit Bureaus If you are nervous about examining your credit reports you are not alone.  Many people shy away from actually pulling credit reports and looking for fear of what they will find.  This is just as irrational as not going to the doctor or getting a medical test because if you

30 days late can equal 100 off FICO

  30 Days Late Can Equal 100 off FICO 30 days late can result in 100 points dropping off your FICO.  Why is the penalty so severe for one slip up?  That one late payment screams trouble to the computer.  You either can’t keep your promise of payment or it was not important enough to