Legal Helpers Publishes Latest Article in Lecture Series About Credit Reporting Errors and How to Correct Them

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Second article in series explores the history of credit bureaus and consumer’s legal rights.

Legal Helpers released the second article in a series on credit reporting errors, the issues they create and what consumers can do about them.

The article, which can be found at, discusses the history of credit bureaus, how they evolved and explores the laws established by the federal government to help protect consumers from incorrect credit reports.

The series is intended to create awareness of a growing issue that concerns every consumer regardless of the current state of their credit. A single error on a credit report could result in an increased point or two of additional interest which could result in hundreds if not thousands of dollars that the consumer should not have had to pay. Legal Helpers will continue the series each week.

About Legal Helpers

The law offices of Macey & Aleman, operating as Legal Helpers in some states, with a web address of, is a debt relief agency helping people to file for bankruptcy under the bankruptcy code. Founded in 1994, the firm is one of the largest consumer bankruptcy law firms in the United States, employing over sixty attorneys across nineteen states.


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