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March 17, 2023

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Understanding Credit Plus' Credit Check Services

Credit Plus is a comprehensive credit reporting agency that provides detailed financial information to lenders, banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions. By gathering data from Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion – the three major credit bureaus in the United States – it compiles an accurate picture of an individual or business' payment history, outstanding balances, credit limits, recent inquiries, and more. This information is then used to generate a numerical credit score which lenders use when evaluating an application for loan approval or denial.

Where is Credit Plus Located?

Credit Plus is headquartered in Salisbury, Maryland, but its services extend beyond the local area.

Do You Have a Credit Plus Inquiry On Your Report?

Have you recently applied for a mortgage or loan and noticed an inquiry from Credit Plus on your credit report? When you apply for a mortgage or loan, the lender may request a credit report from Credit Plus to assess your financial situation. Knowing how Credit Plus works can help you better understand why they might be listed on your credit report.

What is a Hard Inquiry and How Does it Affect Your Credit Score?

Applying for credit can create a hard inquiry on your credit report which may consequently lower your credit score. Credit Plus offers essential services for mortgage lenders, but it's paramount to consider the impact of their hard inquiries when it comes to your credit score.

A hard inquiry typically stays on your credit report for up to two years and if there are multiple within a short span of time, this can have further negative repercussions. Luckily, there are ways you can challenge and remove an inquiry from your credit report. We'll be exploring these techniques later on in the article - keep reading to find out how you can protect your credit score!

How to Remove Credit Plus' Hard Inquiry from Your Credit Report

If you come across a hard inquiry from Credit Plus on your credit report, there are steps you can take to have it removed. Here are the three primary methods for doing so:

  • Dispute the inquiry with Credit Plus directly

You can do this by sending a letter or filing a dispute online through their website;

  • Dispute the inquiry with all three credit bureaus

Dispute with Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion - either online or by mail. Make sure to include a copy of your report with the inquiry highlighted, as well as an explanation of why you believe it's inaccurate or unauthorized;

  • Seek help from a credit repair agency like Credit Glory

We can assist in filing the dispute and working with the credit bureaus to get the inquiry removed from your report.

How to Read a Credit Plus Credit Report

When reviewing a Credit Plus credit report, it's essential to focus on the "Data Sources Score Information" section. Here you will find the three scores utilized to calculate your Credit Plus score and insights as to why your score may be lower than expected. This can help you understand what needs to be addressed in order to improve your credit, such as paying down debt or making payments on time.

It's also necessary to review the rest of the report for accuracy - make sure that all information is up-to-date and there aren't any errors that could negatively impact your credit score. If there are any mistakes, make sure to dispute them with the credit bureau promptly in order to get them corrected.

Staying on top of your credit report by regularly monitoring it and addressing problems effectively can help improve your credit score and increase chances of being approved for loans and other forms of credit in the future. This is especially important when applying for a mortgage, as the lender wants assurance that you are a reliable borrower who will make payments when due.

What is a Credit Plus Mortgage Score?

Credit Plus's mortgage score is an important assessment tool for mortgage lenders, as it consolidates credit reports from Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion to create an all-inclusive report. It helps lenders gauge a borrower's likelihood of defaulting on their mortgage payments, taking into account payment history, outstanding balances, credit limits, and recent inquiries.

Having a good mortgage score is vital when applying for a mortgage - it can affect the interest rate offered and your chances of being approved for a loan. To ensure that your mortgage score is in good standing, keep your credit score healthy and address any issues on your credit report promptly. This can help you work towards improving your mortgage score and increase the likelihood of being approved for a favorable loan.

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