Now called a "Consumer Report," your credit report and credit scores can impact you in many ways.
Your credit report is used by lenders, employers, insurance companies, and other agencies to determine your eligibility for services and opportunities.
Banks, law enforcement agencies, federal and state agencies, and most corporations looking to hire for fiduciary positions often use credit reporting to assess their candidates.
Saving up for the American dream of owning a home is easier and more certain when you know that your credit file is as accurate as possible. Credit reporting inaccuracies can not only prevent you from getting financed for a home, they can cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars in interest and points each year.
Auto, Casualty, and Life insurance companies are increasingly using credit checks as part of the application review process. A credit check could help speed up the review and make it easier (and cheaper) to get life insurance if you have good credit. - Experian.com
Odds are that you have signed up for one or more free credit monitoring services. Yes, those services will tell you about negative items that hit your credit report but Disputify uses dynamic technology to challenge and remove these items.
Discuss Pain Points
Develop Action Plan
Set Timeline for Results
Pull Credit from 3 Bureaus
Link to Our System
Analyze Credit Profile
Track Your Credit Improvements
Respond to Collection Letters You Receive
Annual Credit Report Analysis
Quarterly Progress Reports
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