so if there is something on my husbands credit report that says he owes 1200. and it also shows a address on it that he never lived at
and it isn't his, what should he do? He claims it isn't his. he has written a couple letters and it is still there. they sent him a settlement letter but why should he pay for something that isn't his? any advice?!
also, is there any credit monitoring services out there that are good?
I would like to be able to know what my credit score is without spending a ton of money or hurting my credit score?
I believe the credit agencies. I will ask him though.
is that expensive to do- court? we could settle so we can move on. What bothers me is that this has hurt his credit for so long. so frustrating
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