Fair Credit Reporting
- Enforce Credit reporting rules to protect your credit score
I help clients pursue claims for improper credit reporting mistakes by agencies and creditors who fail to follow the rules to report only accurate information. This includes getting rid of mistakes, canceling entries for debts that don’t belong to you, and making sure that creditors correctly report after a bankruptcy case. Most of these cases involve the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), and the California version of the credit reporting law called the Rosenthal Act, and the California Consumer Credit Reporting Agencies Act (CCRAA).
These lawsuits force the creditor or reporting agency to fix the report to show only true and accurate information, and to pay cash damages for the harm caused and attorney fees incurred.
Credit Repair Can Save You Thousands of Dollars in Interest Expenses
- Is a creditor reporting the wrong information to a reporting agency such as Equifax, Transunion, or Experian?
- Is a credit reporting agency refusing to fix an error after you brought it to their attention?
- Is a creditor not correctly reporting a prior bankruptcy case?
- Does your report have debts or creditors listed that do not belong to you?
- Did an old charged-off debt recently come back to life to harm your credit score?
Then call me for a free consultation to find out what I can do to fix the errors and hold the creditors and reporting agencies responsible for wrongfully harming your credit score.
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