Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by magic-magi, Oct 27, 2000.
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nope, basically you are screwed on that one they got wise to that years ago. so even if you change your name, as long as you have the same soc it will show as other names used and it will still be the same credit record.
The credit bureaus use these factors in linking you to your past:
4. Date of Birth
You would have to change the first 3 items to gain a new file, and they call it file segregation. Some people claim it's illegal,
I would sujest you run it past a lawyer first.
No. If you change your name, you keep the same ss#, and the credit history remains.