We purchased a house four years ago and sold it recently for more than we mortgaged originally. We are now renting. Does this help or hurt our credit?
I am a citizen of both the U.S. and Canada. I currently reside in the U.S., but I plan to move with my family back to Canada. Will my United States credit history transfer to Canada? Are there credit card companies that offer accounts that will transfer from the U.S. to Canada?
Where can I fax a death certificate so the individual’s report can be flagged appropriately?
After viewing my credit report, I saw that two addresses are addresses where I have never lived. They are addresses of my ex-husband. How do they get on my report?
My colleagues and I had a debate over these questions: Will filing an unemployment claim be reported on credit file? If so, will it affect future credit consideration? Can you help us settle our debate?
I read that divorce does not impact your credit scores, but I’ve heard from people who are divorced that said it damaged their credit. If it doesn’t impact your scores, how does it damage your credit?
I am legally divorced. My ex-husband re-married. We had a joint mortgage account. I have a divorce decree stating I am not liable for this account anymore, but this account is on my credit report. What do I do to get this account out of my credit report?
If I cosigned for a student loan, will the loan balance show on my credit report, or it will only show on the student’s credit report?
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