A recent study found that one in four consumers had errors in their credit reports that may affect their credit scores. A good credit score saves consumers money because it results in more credit opportunities with better interest rates. With a poorer credit score, consumers often are denied mortgage loans, receive higher interest rates on loans or credit cards, or may even be denied employment opportunities or an apartment to rent.
At the Berke Law Firm P.A., we have experience helping our customers fix issues and mistakes within their credit reports when credit card agencies fail to correct these errors. These errors can include incorrect information, data that is inaccurate such as payment history, balance information, or an incorrect payment status; which can lead to issues with poor credit scores and in some instances identity theft.
If you feel that any of the information presented to you in your credit report is inaccurate, please contact the Berke Law Firm P.A. today to discuss how we can fix the mistakes within your credit report.