Credit Bureau Experts Celebrates 11th Anniversary of Effective Credit Repair

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After 11 years in business, Credit Bureau Experts has a good understanding of what helps fix problem credit reports. Over 70 percent of reports have some inaccuracy.

Some companies stop when they find vague suggestions of problems. We demand proof.

This year marks Credit Bureau Experts 11th year helping consumers repair their credit records. People with inaccuracies in their files can find themselves without access to the funds they need to expand a business, a student loan or buy a house or car. Since 1998, using proven, tailor made methods, Credit Bureau Experts has rescued countless people out of seemingly hopeless situations.

"Our system works because it's based on painstaking investigation," said Gary Rubin of Credit Bureau Experts. "Some companies stop when they find vague suggestions of problems. We demand proof."

Credit repair is a legal right in the United States. Enlisting a third party to help isolate and fix inaccuracies in a credit report is very likely to speed repair and ensure repairs are done right. That's important because fixing credit scores can be a tedious, arduous process. Any misstep can set the repair process back a long way.

Credit Bureau Experts employs dedicated professionals who know exactly where to look for problems and fix them. They are experts at deciphering consumer's credit reports to see just how errors are being reported and the most effective ways to correct them. Some estimates suggest almost 80 percent of credit reports contain a factual inaccuracy.

"Sure, consumers can try to fix their credit on their own, but over the past 11 years, we've developed effective techniques for isolating and eliminating errors. We believe consumers will save a lot of time and aggravation and achieve better results using Credit Bureau Experts," said Rubin.

While over the past 11 years, computers and automated analysis have become prominent among credit repair companies, Credit Bureau Experts still uses time-tested, individualized investigative techniques that are designed to produce quality results fast.

"In fact, just relying on automated requests for your credit report can lower your credit score all by itself. We make the requests in a way that will do no harm to an individuals credit score," Rubin said.

For more information, call Credit Bureau Expert at 866-371-3536 or visit them online at


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