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8 People Who Can Access Your Credit Report
Posted By Miranda Marquit On 08/12/2013 @ 12:06 pm In Credit | 4 Comments
Somewhere, in the vast reaches of the digital world, your credit report sits. Your credit file includes information about your address (and previous addresses), as well as a list of all your credit accounts and your payment histories with those accounts. Actual amounts of debt you have may be revealed. In some cases, employer information is included, although employment dates and salaries may not appear.
Not all of the information contained in your credit report  is used to calculate your credit score, but the information in your credit report can still be of use to the people who are looking into your history. So, who can access your credit report, and why? You might be surprised at how many people are allowed to look at your credit file.
Here are 8 of those people who are allowed to take a peek at your credit history:
(Photo: Joe Hall )
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