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How Long Does Negative Information Stay on Credit Reports?
How Long Does Negative Information Stay on Credit Reports?

As a child, you probably didn’t put much thought into your future credit score, if any at all. But when you turned 18, all that probably changed. Suddenly, you’re shopping out auto loans, considering getting your first credit card, and hunting for an apartment or house to ...

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