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Has Credit Technologies Fixed Errors on Your Credit Report?

Welcome to Consumer Attorneys!  You are likely here because of errors on your credit report(s) that have not been properly corrected. Consumer Attorneys will go against any credit report agency that does not abide by the Fair Credit Reporting Act, which was designed to protect consumers and hold entities like Credit Technologies and other credit reporting agencies accountable.

You have the right to sue Credit Technologies if they have given you the run-around while damaging errors on your credit report have had time to lower your credit score. These types of unethical behaviors are unacceptable, and we will not allow consumers to become victimized! Consumer Attorneys' legal experts will fight for your rights and pursue any financial compensation you may be entitled to receive.

Credit Technologies can make mistakes

Credit Technologies is a national credit reporting agency that serves more than 1,600 mortgage lenders and brokers. Credit Technologies' goal is to deliver buyers, generate approvals and closings, and help consumers qualify for home loans.  

However, like all credit reporting agencies, Credit Technologies can make mistakes when providing lenders sensitive personal information. Human error is inevitable and no credit report by any agency is immune from errors, even though this is frequently detrimental to the subject of the credit report.

Perhaps you have already contacted Credit Technologies with a credit report error dispute. Were your errors remedied within the mandated 30-day window? Credit reporting agencies have 30 days to remove unwarranted or damaging content on credit reports per a consumer's dispute request. If, beyond that 30-day window, your dispute has garnered no satisfactory results, you may qualify to sue Credit Technologies.  

It is imperative you know what content is on your Credit Technologies report. A measly drop in your credit score resulting from unwarranted or inaccurate content can result in you being forced into a lower loan program when you apply for a mortgage, which results in higher fees and interest rates. You could pay thousands upon thousands of extra dollars over the term of the home loan, all because someone made a mistake with your credit report that you were unaware of.

Contact Credit Technologies directly regarding credit report errors:

Address: 50481 W. Pontiac Trail, Wixom, Michigan 48393

Phone: (888)445-4922

Fax: (800)473-7409

Website: credittechnologies.com 

Check all your credit reports

Don't limit your investigation regarding any possible credit report errors to Credit Technologies. Check your reports with the three major credit reporting agencies: TransUnion, Experian, and Equifax. Go to annualcreditreport.com to secure your free copies. If any entries look unfamiliar or questionable, give our team a call right away!

Consumer Attorneys represents clients nationwide in state and federal courts. We'll connect you with one of our seasoned credit report lawyers who can assess your situation as part of a free case review.  You can also take advantage of a free credit report analysis. We will advise on what your next steps should be and whether you qualify for any financial compensation.

You pay no out-of-pocket expenses!

If you believe you have a claim against Credit Technologies or another agency, you will be pleased to know you will pay no out-of-pocket fees for our services. Our credit report lawyers only receive a fee if they win on your behalf! You have nothing to lose, The question is, what do you have to gain? Let's chat!

Get down to business. Contact our team today!  

If your credit reports include damaging errors or if your errors have not been rectified after a proper dispute, call Consumer Attorneys immediately! You can connect with our legal team in various ways:

Reach out to us at info@consumerattorneys.com with any questions.


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