Credit reports have a huge financial impact on our lives. Chances are you may not have heard about it because many people end up accepting their credit reports to be entirely accurate. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Reports are generated with the help of data collected from different companies.
Keeping human error in mind and the chances of a machine showing wrong data, there is a possibility that the information fed in your credit report may not be 100 percent accurate. If you have any errors in your report, you may end up with a bad credit report which can keep you from getting a loan or paying a higher premium or more interest.
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