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If the information in your credit report is accurate and within the time frames to be reported, there is no one you can pay to get the negative information removed from your report. If the information is accurate, it will stay on the report until the time it is due to be removed.
If there is inaccurate information on your credit report, you can dispute that information at no cost at www.experian.com/dispute. All you have to do is follow the instructions. If you don't already have a current copy of your personal credit report, Experian will give you a free one online instantly.
There is no need to pay anyone to remove information from your credit report You can dispute information for free, which is essentially what the attorney would be doing for you for a fee.
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Scoped on: 08/04/2016