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April 26, 2009


Welcome to a post dedicated to the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Whether you are a victim of identity theft, a mixed credit file or just a general error on your credit report, the Fair Credit Reporting Act is the set of federal statutes that allows you to sue the credit reporting agencies a.k.a. credit bureaus as well as the companies that furnish credit information to the credit bureaus for any damage caused by the errors appearing on your credit reports.

I am an attorney whose practice is devoted in large part to the representation of consumers who are the victims of credit reporting errors and the general disdain that the credit industry shows toward one of your most prized assets ... your good name.

My plan for this blog to explain each section of the Fair Credit Reporting Act ("FCRA" for short) so you will know your rights when dealing with the credit bureaus. I will also answer any questions you may have regarding the Fair Credit Reporting Act or the credit bureaus in general.

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