How can you opt out of the unsolicited credit offers?

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Credit bureaus often give the names and contact details of consumers (with a particular criteria) to creditors when the later wants to issue credit or insurance. For instance, a credit card company may ask the credit bureau to give them the names of consumers with a score of 690.  

If your credit score is 690, then chances are high that your name will be given to credit card company. If you really don't want to receive unsolicited credit offers, then ask the credit bureau to strike out your name from the list. 

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