Credit reports are used mainly by lenders, Debt Collectors and Skip Tracers. Consumers in general have no clue how to use one. Apps like CreditKarma help to you learn about your credit profile, scores and some public records, in general personal finance apps provide a wealth of information resources to learn about, repair improve and utilize your credit wisely however, Professional Debt Collectors know that credit reports are like a treasure map, untapped riches await for you as a debt collector, if you know how to read credit reports There are lots of websites out there on credit and collections that provide us with great resources. I received the link below from a contributor and partner in a collaborative effort to bring content from all trusted and credit and collections professionals-together to cooperatively circulate import and relevant content to each other audiences. I particularly enjoyed what TrueCredit.com offers.
“How To Read A Credit Report.” TrueCredit, www.truecredit.com/how-to-read-a-credit-report/.