Credit Repair

Credit Repair

Credit repair is the process of addressing and removing the unverifiable and inaccurate items that are impacting your credit profile. Having a good credit score is important for a number of reasons. If you are looking to buy a house or car, rent an apartment, or even set up utilities, your credit score will come into play. Mistakes on your credit reports can be corrected by exercising your rights under The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA.) This federal law dictates that you are entitled to the maximum possible accuracy of the information on your credit reports.

If you’re being haunted by a poor credit score due to inaccurate credit reports, don’t spend another minute living with the stress. Contact Wiley Legal, PLLC today for a free consultation with a lawyer for credit repair consumers and start taking steps toward a brighter, worry-free future.

How Can We Help?

Having negative or incorrect credit information can stymie your attempts to buy a house, a car, or get other credit. We can provide you with an examination and assessment of your credit report and take immediate action to repair any unverifiable information, inaccurate information, or other entries that should no longer be on your credit report.

If your have inaccurate and outdated information on your credit report, there are steps you can take to address the problem. Wiley Legal, PLLC can help you with credit repair issues such as:

  • Correcting your credit history of false reports
  • Analyzing reports that you feel are inaccurate
  • Correcting your credit history of false reports
  • Filling out documents regarding disputed reports

As a credit repair attorney, Wiley Legal, PLLC has the experience and knowledge to guide you through the process. We can provide effective representation that can secure your financial future and protect your rights immediately.

Schedule Your Free Consultation

We offer an initial phone consultation absolutely free. This will help in understating the legal process and provide information so you can make an educated decision on how to move forward.

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