Experian is most well known in the United States as a one of the three largest consumer credit reporting agencies, along with Equifax and TransUnion. Created by the successful merger of the former TRW Information Systems & Services and the CCN Group in 1996 by the British conglomerate, GUS plc.

How experian Credit Report Work:

There are a few differences in the way Experian reports data versus the way the other two agencies report data. For example, people who pay their rent on time will have the payments reflected on their Experian credit report. But with the other two credit bureaus, these payments won’t be on their reports. The only data regarding rent payments that will show up is negative rent data, which is data that reflects missed rent payments. Of course, the property management company has to report the rent data for it to show up on any of them.

If you signed a lease with an obligation to make monthly payments for a specified period of time, then it will most likely show up on Experian. Experian credit reports also contain details about each transferred or closed account that you’ve had. These details include the month and year that these accounts will be taken off the credit report.

In other credit reports, the only date listed for closed accounts is the last reported status date on the account. To figure out when the closed account gets taken off the credit report, you need to add 10 years to its last reported status date. Experian saves you the trouble of having to add 10 years to figure this out. Visit experian.com for more information.

How to Get Your Free Annual Credit Report from Experian:

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