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Identity thieves can strike anyone, using your good credit and name to open fraud accounts. Federal law provides the tools restore your identity, clear your credit, and lock fraudsters out your credit profile. We have helped to restore credit and recovered millions of dollars for victims of ID theft. Learn more about our identity theft practice and take back control of your identity.
Nearly 10% of all credit disputes arise from having more than one person's data on a credit report. Having someone else's accounts on your credit report is a symptom of a mixed credit file. We can help separate your credit from the other person's and recover compensation for your credit denials and harm to your credit reputation Find out more about our mixed file practice or call now at (248) 208-8864.
Credit Report Errors
Are mistakes on your credit report holding you back? Credit reporting errors are command and can damage both your credit profile and credit score. No matter how these errors arise, we can help you correct them and recover for any damage done. et help now.
False Background Checks
Recently denied employment or a promotion because of an inaccurate background check? Improperly conducted background checks can cause you to lose out on job opportunities or benefits. Find out if our attorneys can help.
Every year the federal government falsely reports thousands of people as deceased to the credit bureaus. These reports will trigger automatic denials for mortgages and other types of credits. Let us help to restore the health of your credit profile. Make an appointment for a consultation.
Credit Card Fraud
The most common forms of identity theft involve fraudulent use of credit cards. Whether your existing card has been used for fraudulent charges (credit card takeover fraud) or a new account was opened in your name (identity theft), we have the skills and experience to restore your credit. Take back control of your credit now.
After getting your fresh start, pre-petition debts can still follow you. Many creditors fail to update their reporting after bankruptcy, making it appear that you still owe debts that were discharged. If your credit report does accurately reflect the discharge of your debts in chapter 7 Bankruptcies, talk to one of our credit report attorneys at (248) 208-8864 or contact us now through our web site.
One of the most common credit reporting errors is the reinsertion of information which had been previously correct by a credit bureau. Credit bureaus cannot legally reinsert credit information unless they receive a certification from the financial institution that the information is correct and then notify the consumer. You can find more information about reinserted credit information here. Call (888) 400-CREDIT | (888) 400-2733 or contact us through this site to stop reinserted credit items from coming back on your report,