Not 3, not 4, but 5 credit bureaus!

Did you know there are FIVE credit bureaus? Most of us are familiar with TransUnion, Experian, and Equifax, but have you heard of ChoicePoint and Innovis?

ChoicePoint is different from Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion in that it doesn’t report your credit history, but rather your insurance claim history.

Most lenders use Innovis to learn more about you prior to offering you a pre-approved credit card application.
Want your free annual Innovis credit report? Contact them here:

Innovis
Attention: Consumer Assistance
P.O. Box 1358, Columbus, Ohio 43216-1358
1-800-540-2505 / www.innovis.com

ChoicePoint
Consumer Center
P.O. Box 105108
Atlanta, Georgia 30348-5108
consumer.center@choicepoint.com

Source: www.spendonlife.com/guide/innovis-and-choicepoint

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