If I Receive a Call From a Bureau or Creditor, What Do I Do?

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If I Receive a Call From a Bureau or Creditor, What Do I Do?

If you need to know what to do when a creditor or one of the credit bureaus calls your phone, then this article is for you!

Getting an unexpected call from a creditor or from one of the three credit bureaus can be overwhelming, but it’s really nothing to fret about.

DO NOT personally correspond with any creditors or credit bureaus during this process. This means by phone. 

If you answer any of their calls and find yourself being questioned by either of these parties, ask for their mailing address and write a letter informing them that they must place any communication to you in writing and forward the information to your mailing address.

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