Who Reports To The Credit Bureaus

Anyone who grants an extension of credit to a consumer is eligible to report to the credit bureaus. That said, there are a few industries who more commonly report than others(listed below). A few of them (indicated by an asterik) even have special reporting requirements defined in the Metro 2 Format. As a credit reporting software service, Datalinx can help you interpret those guidelines and make sure your data is reported accurately and timely to each of the four major bureaus.

Banking / Savings & Loan / Credit Union / Loan Finance – Installment Loan & Line of Credit

Child Support Agencies*

Collection Agencies / Debt Purchasers*

Credit Cards ? Banks, Credit Unions, Travel & Entertainment (non-Retail Cards)

Mortgage Loans

Retail Accounts (store exclusive)

Sales Finance

Student Loan Reporters*

Utility Companies*

Property Management Companies / Residential Rental Agreements

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Sticky: Welcome to the Datalinx FAQ site!

This is an interactive site to help answer your questions regarding credit reporting and conversion to the Metro 2 format.

We’re here to help you learn how to report credit – how to decide if you should use a credit reporting service or if you should invest in credit reporting software.

Feel free to post your comments or questions and we’ll do our best to get back to you with answers or other helpful advice. You can also email us directly at support@datalinxllc.com.

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