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When and Why Would You Dispute an Equifax Credit Report?

You want to dispute certain items on your Equifax credit report for a couple of reasons. Commonly, you’d want to dispute the items because they’re erroneous, inaccurate, a duplicate of another item or the claim is unverifiable. Less commonly (though possible), you might also want to remove (or at least lessen) even accurate items. You want to handle both of these situations by working with your creditors as well as Equifax, and you’ll want help in doing so.

Who Can Assist Me?

Your best bet is to work with a successful credit repair company. A successful company has a history of disputing items and knows how to navigate the credit reporting landscape, which saves you the countless hours involved in trying to do it yourself. Pick the right company and you could see up to 25% of the negative items on your report erased within four months.

First, you’ll want a credit report summary. This will give you an idea of what you have on your credit report and what you’re able to dispute. Next, you’ll want a credit dispute consultation. During the consultation, you’ll speak with a credit dispute representative and find out what can be done for your Equifax credit. Both of these take very little time and are free.

When you’re ready to get your credit report summary, call the number below. You’ll get the summary and consultation free of charge, without an obligation to purchase anything.

The information on this page is not intended to be legal advice. Our participating providers will offer an individualized consultation to determine the right services and products for you, if any.


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