TransUnion Credit Report contains information about your financial history. You may find your credit or loan accounts and how you manage them in your credit report. It’s important to review your credit report regularly to better know your financial status and how creditors access your credit information. If this is the first time you get a credit report and not sure how to read it, here is a quick summary for you.
A snapshot of your credit profile that contains the following:
Make sure your name, address and other information are correct.
These are requests made by companies who want to view your credit history.
Review the statuses and balances of open and closed credit accounts.
A numerical snapshot of your credit report.
Records include any litigation relation to recovery of debt, and balances that can lower your score.
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