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Credit score too low
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Posted 5/23/2009 11:09 PM (#1958)
Subject: Credit score too low
My credit score is too low to get a refi....but the borrower I was working with said if I can get my current private mortage to show on my credit report that would trump everything question is how to get my private mortgage to show on my credit report?
Posted 5/25/2009 5:34 AM (#1959 - in reply to #1958)
Subject: RE: Credit score too low
Dear Cynthia

I would contact the company who gave you your private mortgage and request that they report on your credit score.

Additionally, they might already be reporting to a credit agency, just not the one that was accessed. If that is true you
can ask them to report on the remanding credit unions.

Another note I might add is that if your "private loan" was a legitimate one they had to access your credit report which means
that there is an inquiry. Which means if its still on there you can submit comments to the credit agencies. Eg.) Loan Received,
and paying as agreed or whatever

You are limited to the amount of characters you can use in the comment on the inquiries.

I wish you the best of luck Cynthia

Kind Regards,

Jody Fitzpatrick

Remember there are three credit unions

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