How 'jamming' cleans your credit report -- temporarily

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A scam called jamming is clogging the nation's financial system, overloading credit reporting agencies with bogus disputes. It's designed to clean consumers' credit, and it works -- for a while. But in the end, it leaves consumers with emptier pockets and credit that's no better than before.

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