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How the FICO Do I Repair My Credit?

Monday, August 07, 2017

How the FICO Do I Repair My Credit?

What many Americans don’t know is there may be a lot of errors and negative items on their credit report. In fact, it’s reported that as many as one in five Americans have mistakes on their credit report. Credit report mistakes can lead to disqualification for mortgages and car loans, as well as increased insurance premiums and interest rates. In some cases, those mistakes can even prevent you from getting a job. Fortunately, removing these items is an effective way of improving your score, and is actually an easy and affordable method when you have a law firm on your side.

Did you know 1 in 5 Americans have mistakes on their credit reports?

Erroneous items on credit reports often go unchallenged, even though the FTC reports that 79% of consumers who disputed credit report errors were successful in removing them. Most consumers simply doesn’t have enough hours in the day to dispute every discrepancy in their credit history.



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