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Knoxville Unfair Credit Reporting Error Lawyer

Did you have an application for a line of credit denied due to errors? 


Credit reporting attorney Brent S. Snyder recommends that all consumers learn how to manage their own credit reports.

Do You Need a Lawyer?

If you have applied for a line of credit and been denied or if the information on your credit report is inaccurate you have the right to request that the appropriate consumer reporting agency corrects the inaccuracies. If an investigation does not resolve your dispute with the consumer reporting agency, you have the right to submit a written statement to be included in your file.

If you believe your rights regarding your credit report have been violated, you will want a skilled credit reporting lawyer on your side to represent your best interests and fight for your rights.

Types of Credit Report Errors

There are many ways that credit bureaus can make mistakes on your credit report. It is important to pay close attention to your reports to make sure all the information is accurate. Checking your report frequently can increase your chances of noticing when something is wrong.

Some possible errors on credit reports can include:

  • Inaccurate entries 

  • Mixed up credit files

  • Out-of-date entries

We understand that credit reporting errors can be frustrating and damaging. We have the experience needed to help you correct these problems - we fight for you and your rights!

Upholding the Laws Regarding Credit Reports

Credit reporting agencies normally report unfavorable information about you for up to seven years, with some exceptions. Only those with specific permissible purposes can access credit reports. An employer cannot access your consumer report without your written permission. Credit reports are subject to these and other rules to protect consumers' legal rights.

Contact A Knoxville Unfair Credit Reporting Error Attorney

If you believe that a credit reporting agency has violated your rights, contact a credit reporting attorney right away for help. In some cases, a consumer reporting agency, individual, or organization that has violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act must pay damages and your attorneys’ fees. Contact attorney Brent S. Snyder for a a free consultation  and case review. 

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