Since I was 18 years old, my dad's credit has been getting mixed up with mine, negatively affecting my credit.
No matter how many times I've disputed these items, new ones slip on.
In some cases, the father and son live in the same home.When this is the case, you must be very detailed about any differences.While this is an unfair burden you have to deal with, you must do it.Credit is so important that it is worth the effort no matter how frustrating it is to make the effort.I have ,500 in debt, which is a combination of a loan and medical debt.
One credit reporting agency shows me having a very low score because of my father's credit. I often see this issue come up when I file bankruptcy for a son with the same name as his father or vice versa.Please avoid posting private or confidential information, and also keep in mind that anything you post may be disclosed, published, transmitted or reused.We do not permit the inclusion of hyperlinks in comments and may remove any comment that includes a hyperlink. My husband’s only sister has the same first name as I do. I plan on taking my FI”s name, so after our wedding we will have the same name (though with different middle names).Family gatherings are already a bit odd, as when someone calls “our” name, we both answer (it’s a name that doesn’t lend itself well to nicknames).You can review all three reports for free once each year, and you can dispute any new inaccuracies for free each time.