Build My Scores Shares Report Information on Credit Score Mistakes

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Build My Scores wants to share new findings on credit report mistakes and how consumers are having trouble getting those mistakes fixed.

Build My Scores, a credit restoration and enhancement company, wants to share important information about credit reports. In a Feb. 10 edition of 60 Minutes, a segment called 40 Million Mistakes, Is Your Credit Report Accurate?, highlighted a study for viewers that indicated that as many as 40 million consumers have a mistake on their credit report. Build My Scores can help their clients find those mistakes and fix them.

From the 60 Minutes report, they found that one out of five Americans have a mistake on their credit report, and one out of ten have an error that is detrimental to their credit report. The study also went on to explain that despite consumer attempts to amend their mistakes the major reporting agencies are not making those fixes. Federal Law requires that the reporting agencies are required to conduct a reasonable investigation on errors, but the avenues for consumers to reach those agencies is often convoluted and can take years to get through.

Build My Scores can provide their clients with a process that goes beyond letter writing and online disputes with credit bureaus. The first tip Build My Scores offers is never to dispute online, as it will only end up with an auditor overseas without knowledge of US credit laws. They will not stop working a file until the inaccurate items are removed or repaired, and will even help file FTC and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau complaints when necessary.

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About the company:

Build My Scores is a total credit restoration company. Committed to delivering innovation, Build My Scores collaborates with referral partners such as mortgage, real estate, and banking professionals to help them with their clients that are facing credit challenges.

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