When a car dealer runs my credit, are they required to give me a copy of my credit report and scores if I ask?
- Anonymous9 years agoFavourite answer
No. If they do, they could lose their membership to the credit bureaus.Source(s): Retired bill collector 35 years
- Go with the flowLv 79 years ago
You get your credit reports for free once a year at
No credit/debit card required.
Why would you want to get the reports from the dealer?
Free at home, you can print them out and review them line by line.
By now, everyone should know that credit reports are 100% free.
- KerryLv 69 years ago
if your loan app is denied due to poor credit, you are entitled to a report from
the denying vendor/bank as to why you were turned down.
but a copy of what they see about you when making the loan and its approved? nope..dont
have to give you a thing. People arent aware that vendors see an entirely different thing about
people than people get to see or are provided with...there's alot more in depth data they are
privy to than the public gets/they dont want that out there........
- StephenWeinsteinLv 79 years ago
No. In fact, they are specifically prohibited from doing so. Some will anyway, because not everyone does what they should. If you want a copy of your credit report, they are supposed to have you get it from the credit bureau, yourself.
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- 9 years ago
yes its yr credit report. ive have had car dealers give me a copy when i asked for it.
- ?Lv 79 years ago