Many people suffer financial harm when inaccurate information goes on their credit reports. In some cases, credit card companies or other creditors fail to post payments on time or post inaccurate payment information. Negative credit information can be wrongly entered into the credit record of a person with an identical or similar name. Some people fall prey to identity theft scams that can tarnish their credit records for months if not years to come.
People who have inaccurate information on their credit records have rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). They can get credit reporting agencies to remove that information — and they can even receive compensation.
We Help People Remove Inaccurate Credit Information
The Law Office of Paul Mankin is a law firm that protects the rights of consumers throughout California from offices in the San Diego area and Los Angeles. If you have false or inaccurate information on your credit record, we can help you remove it — and obtain compensation that could include:
- Compensation of up to $1,000 for each willful violation of the act, if there was no actual harm
- Compensation for your total financial losses if you suffered actual financial harm
- Punitive damages in some cases
- Attorney fees and legal costs
If your credit report contains inaccurate information, you don't have to suffer the effects of a poor credit rating. Call us today at 800-654-9517 to learn how to dispute an error on your credit report.
Free Credit Report Analysis
During your no-obligation consultation, attorney Paul Mankin will also prepare a free credit report analysis that identifies credit report problems. If you believe that some items are inaccurate, Paul will prepare a letter at no charge that you can send to the credit bureau. If it appears that the credit bureau has willfully included false or inaccurate information on your credit report, our lawyer Paul Mankin can also represent you at no charge, seeking full compensation for you.