I need a history on when and where a credit card was... - Other Questions

Advertising Disclosure

Credit-Land.com is an independent, advertising-supported web site. Credit-Land.com receives compensation from many credit card issuers whose offers appear on our site. Compensation from our advertising partners impacts how and where their products appear on our site, including, for example, the order in which they may appear within review lists. Credit-Land.com has not reviewed all available credit card offers in the marketplace.

Credit Card Applications » Questions » User Questions » Other » I need a history on when and where a credit card was opened in my name and statements.

I need a history on when and where a credit card was opened in my name and statements.

Answered by , at
Add to Favorites:

Tags: , ,

Leo Zhu

Everything you want to know about bankruptcy, your credit cards, mortgages and other loans, you can find it in your credit report. Whether your credit is repaid or not, existing or closed credits, type of credit, your credit limits, late and on-time payments, credit inquiries and other information is recorded in your credit history.

To know your credit history you should do one simple thing – request a credit report from consumer credit bureaus. There are three major credit bureaus: Equifax, TransUnion and Experian. Usually credit lenders send your credit performance to these credit bureaus. However, the reports of these three bureaus may slightly differ because each credit bureau has its own standards. So it would be better if you request your credit history from these three credit bureaus.

Get the latest news, articles and expert advice delivered to your inbox. It's FREE.
Bonus Miles - For example, if you earn 20,000 Miles, you get 40,000 Miles. We'll match all the Miles you've earned at the end of your first year.
For Excellent, Good Credit
You could turn $200 into $400 with Cashback Match™. Get a dollar-for-dollar match of all the cash back you’ve earned at the end of your first year, automatically.
For Excellent, Good Credit
No Annual Fee
For Bad Credit

Other Questions in
Other