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Santa Clarita Credit Repair and Credit Restoration

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SCV moves, Santa Clarita Business Radio Show will present Robert who is a very innovative Credit Repair Expert who operates his Credit Repair business in the Santa Clarita Valley. Here are a few things that Robert had to say Pre-Show. Professional Credit Repair Works Professional credit repair works in most cases. Even though you are ultimately responsible for your debts, keep in mind that a good credit rating is very important. It is important to check credit billing and electronic fund transfer account statements regularly because these documents may contain mistakes that could damage your credit status or reflect improper charges or transfers. If you find an error or discrepancy, notify the company and dispute the error immediately. Businesses inspect your credit history when they evaluate your applications for credit, insurance, employment, and even leases. They can use it when they choose to give or deny you credit or insurance, provided you receive fair and equal treatment. Sometimes, things happen that can cause credit problems: a temporary loss of income, an illness, even a computer error. Solving credit problems may take time and patience, but it does not have to be an ordeal. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) enforces the credit laws that protect your right to get, use and maintain credit. These laws do not guarantee that everyone will receive credit. Instead, the credit laws protect your rights by requiring businesses to give all consumers a fair and equal opportunity to get credit and to resolve disputes over credit errors. When creditors evaluate a credit application, they cannot engage in discriminatory practices. The Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) prohibits credit discrimination on the basis of sex, race, marital status, religion, national origin, age, or receipt of public assistance. Creditors may ask for this information (except religion) in certain situations, (tune in for continuation...)

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