Has your credit score suffered because of incomplete or inaccurate information? If so, I can help you with that.
There are three major credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. They gather information on just about all of us and what they report has a major impact upon your credit score and your ability to borrow money. You don’t want anything inaccurate on your credit report. If your credit reports show something that is incorrect you definitely want to take steps to fix it.
Fortunately, for those of us who live in California, we have some strong laws that protect us. If you think inaccurate information was reported to one of the three credit bureaus I can help you get it removed. I do this by analyzing your situation, advising you of your rights, and coming up with a plan for getting the bad information deleted. The California Consumer Credit Reporting Agency Act, for example, can be a powerful weapon that you can use to protect your credit report from incorrect information. A creditor that reports inaccurate information on your credit report can be held legally liable for the damage that they have caused you.
If you think that inaccurate information has been reported on your credit report and you need some help getting the situation straightened out then you should call, text, or email me because maybe I can help.