Who can report to a credit bureau agency?

Answer You must become a member of the credit agency to report to it. The three prominent agencies are Equifax, Experian and TransUnion (see Resources). Generally, only businesses can become members and n... Read More »

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What is a credit bureau report?

A borrower's credit report lists his current and past loan transaction information. It is a report that gives a potential lender a quick overview of a borrower's ability and willingness to repay de... Read More »

How do I report to a credit bureau?

Verify InformationVerify the information you are looking to report to the credit bureau is positive. Negative information such as late payments to creditors, bad debt and debt settlements can have ... Read More »

How to Get a Copy of a Credit Report From AAA Credit Bureau?

AAA Credit Bureau is a private credit reporting company that provides consumers with credit reports. In addition to credit reports, the bureau also provides criminal and eviction reports for landlo... Read More »

How often does my credit card report to the credit bureau?

According to Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, most credit card agencies will update their accounts with all three credit bureaus (Experian, TransUnion and Equifax) once every 30 days. If a lot of your... Read More »