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You’ve asked a credit reporting agency to fix inaccurate information on your credit report without success, it might be time to take it to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Scott Pluta with the CFPB says it's important not to give up because errors on your report can hinder your ability to get phone service, approval on a new mortgage or rental application and much more.  The CFPB will also hear complaints on credit reports being used inappropriately or problems with credit monitoring services. For more, visit the bureau's website.

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