CREDIT REPORT MISTAKES? DISCOVER THE BENEFITS OF RETAINING A CONNECTICUT CREDIT REPAIR LAW FIRM
If there are mistakes on your Experian, Equifax, or TransUnion credit reports, chances are, you have been denied credit, insurance or even employment. In our credit-driven society, maintaining a strong credit score is more important than ever. Having a low credit score can result in being denied a loan, paying appreciably higher interest rates, or being turned down for employment. It is a known fact, however, that a majority of credit reports contain inaccurate, unverifiable, or misleading information.
THE WOODS LAW FIRM, LLC CREDIT REPAIR PROCESS
Retaining The Woods Law Firm, LLC to dispute negative, inaccurate information on your credit report is easy. We begin with a free consultation where we review what information is contained in your credit report that the client wishes to dispute. We then determine the client's objectives and the best approach to take to achieve them. Once we have been retained, we will begin the credit report dispute process by sending tailored dispute letters to each credit bureau that is reporting negative information.
WHAT WE DISPUTE
When you retain us, we will begin repairing your credit by disputing inaccurate:
- Judgment liens
- Tax liens
- Civil judgments
- Collection agency accounts
- Late payments
- Delinquent student loan accounts
WHY RETAIN A LAW FIRM TO DISPUTE CREDIT REPORT ERRORS?
Many companies advertise credit repair services. Our firm offers one key distinction: we are able to file suit against Experian, Equifax, or TransUnion for violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act. This ensures not only a continuity of representation from start to finish but it guarantees that all of your rights are protected.
WHAT IT COSTS
It costs nothing to reach out to us. Our representation begins with a case evaluation. When retained, we charge a reasonable, flat fee for our services which will cover all aspects of our representation regarding credit report disputes. We accept all major credit and debit cards. To schedule a case evaluation, contact us today.