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Did You Know You Can Change Your Credit Report?

You, like most people, are probably under the impression that once you get your credit report and corresponding credit score, it’s set in stone – take it or leave it. This can be a bit frustrating after awhile if you know that your credit score should be higher than what it is or you simply feel like there may be an issue with what’s on your report. Believe it or not, you actually have a legal right to not only review your credit report, but to also dispute anything on there that you have proof is invalid. This is sometimes a long and frustrating road, but it can lead to a lot of credit improvement if you are able to tough it out.

 The recently established Fair Credit Reporting Act is your saving grace in times of bad credit as it is the legal act that gives you the ability to make these disputes. The government realize that mistakes are going to happen, especially when the Bureau is having to monitor the entire American population, so they set the act in motion to give ordinary people a chance to clean up bad credit with a little help from professionals like those found at Prime Credit. Now you can use this to your advantage.

 If you don’t know much about credit or your credit report (and even if you do), it would be best to seek some professional help. Looking through the report can be very tedious work, more than most people have time for nowadays. Chances are you either don’t have the time to look through everything yourself or you don’t have time to dispute what results, so you might as well send it to someone who can devote the attention to your problem that it deserves. It is only through careful observance of details that you can find out what you can do to improve credit, so don’t tackle this alone. Let us take the stress off your shoulders and show you the clean future ahead.

 Overall, trying to clean up bad credit isn’t that hard to do. It’s just very frustrating and more than most people want to have to worry about on a regular basis. The Credit Bureau is very protective of the information they put on credit reports, and they will insist over and over that they have verified the information on there. As long as you have a team of people behind you and there is valid proof to back up your argument against what is on the report, the Bureau will eventually have to listen. The hardest part is getting through that “eventually” stage.

October 26, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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