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08-08-2007 07:47 PM - edited 08-08-2007 07:48 PM
08-08-2007 07:48 PM
I'm beginning the home purchasing process. After reviewing my credit report and disputing an error, I've successfully been able to get it deleted from my report. The only view that I have of my credit report is the one-time purchase I made to get my credit report from myFico.com, so here's my question:
How long does it usually take a credit report to reflect recent changes such the deletion of an incorrect credit item after a dispute?
Along the same topic, I mailed in information to two of the three credit reporting agencies to add information to my credit report such as current employer, phone number updates, etc. Once those agencies have received this new information, how long will it take before my credit report reflects this?
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