Credit Repair Know your rights before you pay a credit repair company Be familiar with the Credit Repair Organizations Act Understand your credit report Make sure you are not a victim of credit fraud Improve your credit Know Your Rights Before You Pay a Credit Repair Company There isn’t anything that a credit repair service is […]
How to Improve a Bad Credit History A bad credit history leads to bad credit scores Improve your credit scores to get better interest rates Mistakes on a credit report can be fixed Why Your Credit History Is Critical Your history tells creditors about behaviors that can add up to a “good” or “bad” credit rating. […]
This is the first time in a long time that I am daring to try to fix my credit report. Can I fix it myself, or do I need assistance from somebody else?
I paid a credit repair specialist $1,800, and seven months later my score has only improved a little. I need help to improve my score. Can you guide me?
I received a call from a law firm in Florida. They explained to me that Experian had notified them that you had reviewed my loan documents and that there were some errors in these documents and for a fee they would act on my behalf and inform the mortgage holder that they had 20 days to remedy said errors or missing info in the loan documents. They claimed once the letter was received by the mortgage company I would no longer have to make payments or repay these payments until an agreement had been reached with the lender to reduce my interest rate or even my principal if my house was under water. These missed payments would not affect my credit and the loan would be considered under dispute. They call what they do “Affirmative Mortgage Defense.” Is this a scam? Would Experian ever contact a law firm? This sounds way too good to be true!
Can purchasing seasoned tradelines help repair my credit?
I have read that consumers can pay to delete detrimental information on their credit report. Initially, I thought that sounded too good to be true. Is it? Also, is that legal? I’ve also heard that debt can be classified as “good” debt, such as student loans and “bad” debt like outstanding credit card balances. Is there any truth to this?