Why you’re likely paying thousands more in interest every year than you should be, even if you think your credit is good (and how to put that extra money in your bank account instead)
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You can work with the credit bureaus and your creditors to challenge the unfair or inaccurate negative report items that affect your credit score. We can show you proved methods to ensure your credit history is up-to-date, accurate, and reflects you honestly. This can all help to fix your credit.
The credit repair information we will show you is intended to help you fix credit report errors and remove inaccurate information. The law does allow you to dispute incorrect information and request that credit bureaus investigate the information in your credit file that’s possibly unverifiable inaccurate, or incomplete. It’s legal, and there is no charge to you for requesting an investigation.
The key to the credit report dispute process is that if a credit bureau cannot verify information on your credit report within a certain amount of time allotted by law, the credit bureaus must remove it. For example, if a collection agency reports a debt is in collection on your report and they cannot verify the information, the credit bureau must delete it. We will share the credit repair information you will need to fix your credit reports on your own.
You can remove inaccurate and incomplete information such as:
- Student Loans
- Late payments
- Credit Report Errors
- Loan default
- Court judgments
- Past due payments
- Credit rejections
- Credit inquirie
Repairing your credit is not as difficult or as dangerous as you might have heard. Watch out for third-party repair services, some companies prey on people’s desire to quickly improve their score. As a result, they offer them less-than-legal advice that can cause more harm than good.
Our goal is to help you repair your credit and have the creditworthiness you deserve. Improving your credit yourself starts with you reviewing TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian credit reports and then start the process off removing negative information that is unverifiable, inaccurate, or incomplete. The results of you not repairing your credit are you getting denied for a loan or not. Thousands of people have removed negatives and increased their credit score by using straightforward credit repair techniques. Remember, anything these credit repair companies can do, you can do for yourself for free.
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