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  1. Hey Drdebt,
    Cool Post, A title is an official document that proves or represents ownership over a certain asset. A title loan therefore is a loan that requires you to place the title of a property that you own (car, home or real estate) for use as a collateral or security to get a loan. The title must be free from administrative or judicial restrictions for it to be useful to get you finance.
    Good Job!

  2. Vanna says:

    In your blog this morning you mention that in order to fix an error or omission on your credit bureau you should start with the lender. It is much quicker and more direct to report the omission to the credit bureau by way of the Update Form that comes with your report than to ensure the creditor updates it. If you fill in the Update Form, the credit bureau does an investigation and updates their records for you. If you approach the bank, in most cases the individuals at the branch level have no control and knowledge of how the information even flows from them to the credit bureau, and you have no control on how timely they will be in sending in the information. My understanding is that the credit bureau will send a specific request to the bank and thus should get the results quicker

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