A veteran wanted a car loan, but the credit bureau said the Arizonan was dead
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A military veteran was denied a car loan in Arizona because a credit bureau said the person was dead.
Another Arizonan couldn't buy a house because a credit report inaccurately claimed missing child-support payments, despite court documents showing they were paid on time.
"I am sick of these credit agencies. Over and over I go thru the dispute process," a third Arizonan wrote to the... read more
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