Korthos Credit Restoration Program

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Korthos Credit Restoration Program

Is Credit Restoration Legal?

Absolutely. The Fair Credit Reporting Act allows anyone to dispute inaccurate items on their credit reports. The FCRA (Fair Credit Reporting Act) and the FDCPA (Fair Debts Collections Practices Act) were designed to protect your rights, and initiated to hold creditors and credit agencies legally responsible for all claims they make against you. Any inaccurate, incomplete, outdated or unverifiable accounts must be removed or corrected.

Understanding how your credit score is calculated and how to read your credit report are the first steps in improving your current standing. Our Credit Education Center offers a wide variety of educational services, credit tips and resources to help you take the necessary steps to enhance your credit score and manage your financial life. Improve your score by identifying the accounts that need immediate attention and why, and understand the impact of the amount of credit you are using.

 

A Breakdown of the Credit Scoring System

Understand the credit scoring system; how it works and how it impacts your financial health and freedom.

Credit Management Techniques

Details on how your financial actions can impact your credit score and how to enhance your current score

Education and Resource Center

Includes a wide variety of educational services, credit tips and budgeting tools to establish and maintain your good credit.

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How Long Does The Process Take?

Many of our clients have seen an increase of 100 points or more*; however, the actual amount will vary per customer. There are many factors that affect a credit score besides derogatory items. For example, the ability to pay down revolving debt, the type of credit you have, your length of credit history, even the number of inquiries on your credit file. It is especially important that no current accounts fall into a negative status.

Will The Credit Agencies Respond To All Of The Disputes I Send Them?

The credit agencies are required by law to respond to all correspondence. It is not uncommon for credit agencies to send letters stating they want more information, or that they will not re-verify an account. These types of responses are very common and customers should not be alarmed if they receive them. You must have patience, because the credit agency’s make their money by providing credit reports to lenders, not by answering dispute letters. Customers must continue to send all correspondence they receive from the agencies to the processing center.

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Your financial health revolves around your credit score, making it imperative that the information your credit report contains is as accurate and up-to-date as possible. Work with our credit experts and proven system to eliminate any inaccurate, obsolete or erroneous accounts. We’ll teach you the exact information you need to provide to the Credit Bureau’s to use the Fair Credit Reporting Act to your advantage and dispute the mistaken negative ratings that may be preventing you from obtaining new credit when you need it most. Lower your interest rates, avoid high late fees, save money and advance your credit opportunity

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