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National credit reporting companies, often referred to as credit bureaus, are fundamental parts of the financial system. They collect and maintain information related to consumer credit. These companies—Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion—gain information from various sources, like lenders, creditors, and public records, to compile in-depth credit reports for consumers.

Credit reports developed by such national credit reporting companies reflect information on credit history, including payment history, outstanding debts, credit accounts, and inquiries made by lenders. Such information is used by lenders, landlords, employers, and others to determine creditworthiness and make necessary decisions.

Besides providing credit reports, national credit reporting companies also extend the facilities of credit monitoring, identity theft protection, and credit scoring models, which help consumers understand and manage their credit profiles. Such services are very important because they help people monitor credit health, detect possible fraud or identity theft, and further enable them to take necessary steps to improve their credit scores.


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