How to Fix Errors on Your Credit Report [FAST] With the #1 Credit Repair App
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Tens of millions of Americans have errors on their credit report. Did you know that a single error can cost double or even triple digit decreases to your credit score?
In this video, we explain what you need to know about finding and fixing errors.
It’s often the missing piece you need to have picture-perfect credit, and you deserve an accurate credit report. Let’s get started by taking a look at how credit is reported.
First of all, it’s important to note that not all lenders use the same credit bureaus or even the same scores for your creditworthiness. What is reported by Experian may be different from what you see on an Equifax or TransUnion report.
Inaccuracies like that are not uncommon, so it’s important to check each bureau at least once every six months.
If you do discover an error, consider working with us to repair your credit. With our lawyer-driven process, we’ve helped many people just like you to get the credit rating they deserve.
It’s a simple, 3-step process you can start online by visiting our website:
Step 1: First, we take a look and determine which negative items are wrongly hurting your score.
Step 2: Ask the bureaus and creditors to review and verify these negative items. If they’re not accurate and fair, they are required to remove them.
Step 3: This is where we continue to manage and monitor your credit as you continue to build your score over time.
If you need help finding out the right solutions to fix your credit, don’t hesitate to contact us today.
About Lexington Law:
Lexington Law are trusted leaders in credit repair. We fight for every consumer’s right to an accurate, fair and substantiated credit report, including yours.
We’ve spent decades working for consumers just like you, helping them improve their credit so they can do what they want in life – whether it’s getting a rental apartment or buying that first home.
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