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Give me a call, send me an email, or use the form on this page to get in touch with me. I can often give you some helpful information, and you may have a strong claim that can be brought in court.
Here's What They Do.
Credit Reporting Companies may spend just pennies reviewing your dispute. Most consumer disputes get funneled into automated systems -- not a thoughtful or thorough investigation process. If you have a serious dispute about your credit report, give me a call or send me an email for an attentive consultation. It's free.*
Here's What I Do.
I sue credit reporting companies when they violate your rights. When I sue, I am looking to get money for my client, and to get the company to obey the law. A legitimate credit report dispute deserves thoughtful and attentive care. You won't get that from the automated dispute process at the credit reporting companies.
What About Legal Fees?
The other side pays my bill. Either I get a percentage of the recovery, or attorney fees will be paid by the other side. If I take your case, we will go through the terms and conditions for how this works.