According to Experian, an eviction from a residence does not appear on a credit report; however, a credit report can reflect a collection account due to unpaid rent or payments on a lease. A civil judgement may also be p... More »

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Financial Scams notes that an eviction can stay on a credit report for up to seven years. Typically the landlord does not send the information to the credit bureaus. When a landlord evicts a tenant through court action, ... More »

An eviction notice does not necessarily appear on a tenant's credit report. Landlords must obtain an eviction judgment from a local court for the report to take note. According to CreditKarma.com, this situation causes c... More »

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Raise a credit score by disputing erroneous information on the credit report, use no more than 30 percent of the available credit, and become an authorized user on a credit card account of a relative with good credit, ac... More »

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To fix a bad credit score quickly, dispute any errors on your credit report and consider negotiating with a creditor to have him remove a negative account from your report, states Forbes. Pay off any overdue accounts and... More »

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A credit charge-off appears on a credit report when the initial creditor essentially gives up on being paid and removes it from the company's account balance sheets, according to Bankrate. However, this does not mean tha... More »

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Unpaid debts can stay on a credit report for up to seven years after the account becomes delinquent, according to myFiCO. Late payments, foreclosures, completed Chapter 13 bankruptcies and collections may all stay on a c... More »