According to the Federal Reserve 79 percent of credit reports may contain some type of error and about 25 percent of all consumer credit reports may contain errors that can result in the denial of access to credit. Click here for the Federal Reserve Study

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Madgett & Peterson Self Help Documents This information is intended for legal aid purposes only.

Madgett & Peterson takes great pride in empowering individuals to fight back against the gross negligence of alleged creditors and credit bureaus. Please feel free to use the following resources, and please contact us for a free consultation today!

Fair Credit Billing Act Letter and affidavit

Fair Credit Reporting Act Letter for Credit Bureau

Fair Credit Reporting Act Letter to alleged creditor (i.e. the company reporting the false information to the credit bureau) Note: this area of the law requires taking specific steps in a specific order. Only then can you collect statutory damages for negligence or willful misreporting. Contact us to learn more.

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