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Have errors on your Equifax Credit Report?
An error on your credit report can lower your credit score. A low credit score can be damaging and hurt you in many ways, including:
- Much higher credit card interest rates
- Higher home and car insurance premiums
- Higher home mortgage interest rates
- It can affect your U.S. government clearance
- Higher private student loan interest rates
- Loss of a job opportunity
- Denial of loan and credit offers
5 Common Credit Report Errors
- Outdated information
- Clerical Errors
- Mistaken or merged accounts
- Identity theft
- Inaccuracies on background checks and employment reports
Hire Francis & Mailman to Dispute Credit Report Errors
When there are errors on your credit report it can be difficult to get the errors fixed on your own. The consumer protection law firm of Francis & Mailman is on your side and their team of consumer protection lawyers are ready to fight for you, and make sure you are awarded any damages to which you are entitled.
Don't let Equifax Errors Ruin Your Credit
Credit report errors are all too common. That is why the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) was put in place to help protect consumers. If you have received your Equifax credit report and it has errors, it is important to dispute them as soon as possible to prevent them from doing any further damage to your credit.
Equifax credit report errors can wreak havoc on your credit score. When your credit score goes down, due to Equifax errors, it could be costing you money.
Equifax Errors Can Cost You:
- Higher insurance premiums
- Higher interest rates
- Loss of promotion or a job
- Denial of a Home Mortgage Loan
- Denial of a Rental Application
- Denial of Credit
The FCRA also gives you the right to dispute Equifax's mistakes. If you have tried to dispute their mistakes and they are not correcting them, it is time to get the help of the consumer protection lawyers at Francis & Mailman. You may be entitled to damages for the errors on your credit report. Fill out our free case review form to get started now.