If you have not checked your credit report for years, there may be inaccurate information on it that can be contested, but if you have checked your report and you know that all the information is accurate, it might not be cost-effective to sign up for a credit repair service.
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Luckily, there […] Credit repair services use the laws around credit reporting to contest derogatory items on your credit report.
They are most effective at removing errors or misinformation from your credit report, but can also be used to find derogatory information that can easily be removed because it violates the rules and regulations around credit reporting.
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