A tri-merge report is a credit report that combines information from the three major credit bureaus, TransUnion, Experian, and Equifax. Entities that sell tri-merge reports are known as “resellers.” Tri-merge reports are frequently ordered when you apply for a mortgage loan or engage in other major credit transactions. Because tri-merge reports aggregate data from all three major credit bureaus, there may be inconsistencies or errors in the report that can prevent you from getting a mortgage. If you are having issues with a tri-merge credit report, our law firm may be able to assist. Contact us today.
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