For immediate release November 22nd, 2019 Decatur, Georgia
The purpose of the credit report course will be to give light to understanding what a credit report is, why you have a credit report, how your credit score is calculated, how the credit system works, how to understand your rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, how to dispute inaccurate credit reports, and when you need a credit dispute lawyer and when you can sue Equifax, Transunion, Experian, and the creditors when errors are made.
The course has an intended release date in 2020. We hope to begin releasing various sections in beta as they become available for use and for comment. We will keep all posted for the credit report course.
For immediate release August 5th 2019 Decatur Georgia, USA
Attorney Joseph McClelland has just released a book for victims of identity theft. The book covers the steps that a victim of identity theft take. Covers what to do if fraud accounts are not removed. The book also provides a template to use in order to properly dispute the identity theft accounts with the credit reporting agencies such as Equifax, Experian, and Trans Union.
Cases of identity theft continue to rise. For most people that means they may find an account on their credit report that they have never seen of heard about until that moment. Why? Because the account is not theirs and was created by a thief. This book answers the question: What to do after you find a fraud account on your credit report.
The book is a fantastic resource for anyone who is unsure where to start. The book is currently for sale on Amazon. However, the template that is included in the book can be found on the website of the law firm.
For those who have additional questions regarding identity theft or the steps someone should take after identity theft then please contact Mr. McClelland's office directly for personal assistance and a free no-obligation consultation. He represents clients as their identity theft attorney.
"I just thought it was important to make sure the people had all the information that they needed in one place right now the information that you can find on the web is generally going to come from companies that have a vested interest in you not taking the proper steps and getting involved with litigation. Most of the times litigation is your only step when everyone refuses to listen to Common Sense."
Everyone hates getting robocalls. What makes it worse is when the calls are for another person that's not you. In this article, How to Stop Debt Collectors Calling the Wrong Number, attorney McClelland explains the steps you want to understand.
When another person's information is on your credit, you will have a hard time making anything happen. Read this article about a mixed credit report to learn what to do. Also, see this article about when the credit agencies say you are dead on your credit report.