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Consumer Reporting Agencies

16 Illegal Creditor Actions: Deceptive or misleading means used to collect a debt

A Good Consumer Report is Not Only Smart, But Esssential For Most Consumers

A Summary of Your "Credit and Your Consumer Rights"

A Summary of Your Rights under the "Fair Credit Reporting Act"

A Summary of Your Rights under "Fair Debt Collection Practices Act"

A Summary of Your Rights under the "Fair Credit Billing Act"

About Credit Bureaus

About Creditors

About Dun & Bradstreet

About Equifax

About Experian

About Identity Theft

About TransUnion

Answers to Common Questions about Consumer Reporting Agencies

Answers To Common Credit Repair Questions

Applying for a Loan? Start by Ordering Your Credit Report

Bad Checks: Bad News for Your Check Record

Call the Credit Bureaus to Limit Unsolicited Offers

Charge-offs: How it Relates to Consumers and Steps to Prevent it

Consequences of an Adverse Credit History

Consumer Handbook to Credit Protection Laws

Credit Repair Primer

Can Bad Credit be Deleted from a Credit Report?

Can Consumers Fight Back Against Credit Fraud?

Can Credit Repair Companies Be Trusted?

Common Myths of Credit Repair

Complete Text of U.S. Code Relating to the "Fair Credit Reporting Act"

Complete Text of U.S. Code Relating to the "Federal Debt Collection Practices Act"

Complete Text of U.S. Code Relating to "Credit Repair Organizations"

Complete Text of U.S. Code Relating to "Restrictions on Garnishment"

Complete Text of U.S. Code Relating to "Equal Credit Opportunity"

Credit Fixing: Correcting Consumer Credit Information

Credit History 101: The ABCs of Credit Reports and Credit Scores

Credit Repair Scams: Don't Become a Victim!

Credit Repair: The Law is on Your Side

Defend: Recover From Identity Thief

Do Credit Inquiries Affect Your Credit Score?

Does Credit Repair Really Work?

Don't Fall for Credit-Related Scams

Excerpt from Give Yourself Credit: Creditor Direct Strategies

Facts About Credit Scores

Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act

Federal Laws Protecting You and Your Credit Files

Fight Back Against Identity Theft and Credit Fraud

File Segregation: A New Credit Repair Scam

Five Reasons to Check Your Credit Report Regularly

Five Quick Steps to a Better Credit Score

Guard Against Identity Theft

How and Where to Obtain Your Credit Report

How Bad Credit Affects You

How Credit Rating is Determined

How Important is Your Credit Report When Applying for Credit?

How to Build a Credit History and Establish Credit

How to Dispute Credit Report Errors

How to Get a FREE Copy of Your Credit Report

Identity Crisis... What to Do If Your Identity is Stolen

Legal Credit Repair Methods

Lexington Law: The Most Trusted Credit Report Repair Firm in America

Lexington Law Credit Insider

Monitoring Your Credit Report To Help Guard Against ID Theft

Myths About Credit Reporting Agencies

Rampant Myths About Credit Reporting Agencies

Repairing Credit Yourself

Review Your Equifax Credit Report and Credt Score

Sample Credit Report Dispute Letter

Simple Mistakes That Can Lower Your Credit Score...and Cost You Money

State, County and City Government Consumer Protection Offices

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The Accurate Credit Transactions Act Provides for an Annual Credit Report

The Affect of Enrollment in a Debt Management Program on your Credit Report

The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)

Understanding Your Credit Score

What is a Credit Report?

What is a Credit Score?

What is Contained in the Typical Credit Report

What is Identity Fraud?

What is "Pretexting"? What does it have to do with identity theft

What is the Price of Having Bad Credit? Learn What Bad Credit Can Cost You!

Which Reflects Better on a Credit Report, Debt Management or Debt Settlement?

Why You Should Check Your Credit Report

Why Has My Credit Application Been Rejected?

Women and Credit Histories

Write-Off: Uncollectable Debt

Your Credit Record: A Report Card on Your Personal Finances

Your Credit Score: FICO. Beacon, Empirica, Fair Isaac

Your Right to Federal Records through the Freedom of Information Act & Privacy Act

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