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  • Are There Any Alternatives To Eliminate My Credit Card Debt?
    Are There Any Alternatives To Eliminate My Credit Card Debt?

    New York Bankruptcy Attorneys Can Help There are several alternatives to filing for bankruptcy. Some of these options may be best for your unique financial hardship, so we’ve included some viable ...

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  • Can I Rebuild My Credit Score After Filing For Bankruptcy?
    Can I Rebuild My Credit Score After Filing For Bankruptcy?

    Have you filed for bankruptcy? Are you worried about how it will impact your credit score? If so, our expert New York bankruptcy lawyers of Law Office of Simon Goldenberg are here to help you. We have ...

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  • What Damages Can Be Recovered Under The Fair Credit Reporting Act?
    What Damages Can Be Recovered Under The Fair Credit Reporting Act?

    The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) governs credit reporting agencies (CRAs), like Experian, TransUnion, Equifax, with respect to their usage of consumer credit information. One of the most ...

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  • Disputing Credit Reporting Errors
    Disputing Credit Reporting Errors

    The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) describes the procedure that must be followed by both the consumer and the credit reporting agency (CRA) when an error has been identified in a credit report. This ...

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  • Common Credit Reporting Errors
    Common Credit Reporting Errors

    The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) is a federal law designed to protect consumer credit information and regulate its use by credit reporting agencies. The FCRA aims to ensure fairness, accuracy, and ...

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  • What Does It Cost To Hire A Fair Credit Reporting Act Lawyer In New York?
    What Does It Cost To Hire A Fair Credit Reporting Act Lawyer In New York?

    The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) is a federal law that protects consumers’ credit report information regarding its use by credit reporting agencies like Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax. The FCRA ...

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