You can force a credit bureau to fix its mistakes and, in some cases, recover money for those mistakes
From home mortgages to auto loans, student loans, and credit cards, credit reports are the basis for a person’s “credit score” and thus are the key ingredient in today’s credit-driven economy. An inaccurate credit report can prevent you from qualifying for credit, or from being able to obtain credit on favorable terms. The inaccuracy of credit reports has increased as the number of credit transactions and instances of identity theft have exploded in recent years.
Federal and state laws provide ways for consumers to verify their credit history and to have problems corrected. For example:
These are only a few of the many rights that consumers enjoy under federal and state law. We have successfully handled many cases involving credit reporting errors and claims of identity theft.
If you believe that any aspect of your credit report is inaccurate or incomplete, we advise that you contact us.