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In the past three years, credit bureaus have done their best to improve their record. They have tried to reduce errors through increased automation and better software. And they have tried to improve consumer relations with easy-to-read reports, 800 numbers, and faster response to complaints. It's still not easy to clear up a mistake, but the industry's new dispute-resolution process should make dealing with credit bureaus less of a burden.
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