The Attorneys Guide to Credit Repair

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The Attorney's Guide to Credit Repair was written by David Shapiro a financial services lawyer with 27 years of experience in the business. He has earned for himself a reputation as an expert in the area of credit restoration.

One strategy Shapiro uses is the Fair Credit Reporting Act (F.C.R.A), a federal law passed May 25, 1970, and designed to protect the consumer from being abused by the credit bureaus. The law allows for the deletion of any credit report information that is not 100 inaccurate.

In The Attorney's Guide to Credit Repair Shapiro debunks the myth that is propagated by the credit card companies and the banks that bad credit will be on a consumer's record for up to ten years and that nothing but the passing of time will cure. Most consumers believe and accept this and needlessly suffer the often disastrous effects of bad credit for many years.

Using the F.C.R.A law and the inaccurate information dispute process Shapiro, creates a step by step strategy for improving consumers' Fico score, by using carefully crafted dispute letters, by giving a detailed explanation of the importance of the Fico score and how if affects approval for credit, by removing inquiries and adding points to the credit report.

The Attorney's Guide To Credit Repair uses techniques for credit repair that are not found anywhere else. It is clearly written and provides a clear guide for raising the credit score, and erasing bad credit in the least amount of time. The guide will allow anyone to eventually get the credit card and loans they desire and then move forward with their goals.

The Attorney's Guide To Credit Repair is guaranteed to deliver results.
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