Repairing Your Credit Report: FAQ

Are you confused by what you have read and want straight answers on repairing your credit report? Credit repair is not difficult but it can be confusing. A credit repair specialist is the best resource person to have on your side when fixing your credit. The Frequently Asked Questions that follow will be a big help to point you in the right direction to get started.

How long does it take to repair my credit?

Repairing your credit, can take up to two years but should not take much more than that. If you start paying your current bills on time and develop a consistent payment history for up to 2 years your credit score should drastically improved.

Do I have to wait for 2 full years to see improvements in my credit report

No, most drastic improvements will be seen in your first two years of good credit behavior. However, you can also see major improvements in as little as 3 months especially if you bring delinquent accounts current.

How do I bring delinquent accounts current?

Well the most obvious way would be to catch up on money that you owe to each account. However, a credit specialist can help you dispute delinquent accounts as well. When disputing an account you will put the pressure on the creditor to prove what you owe. If they can not provide the proof and some can not the delinquency will have to be brought up to satisfactory status.

What is a credit specialist?

A professional who specializes in credit repairs and delinquencies and all things related to credit reports. If you are repairing your credit this is the specialist that you want on your side. Credit specialist often has advanced training and are usually up to date on laws related to your credit reporting.

Is repairing my credit difficult?

No in theory it's not difficult to repair your credit at all it is simply a process that requires some improvements in your credit habits. It's also just a matter of understanding what steps to take and in what order to take them in. It is recommended that you have a professional instruction on exactly what to do?

Some of the most common questions regarding credit have been answered. I did advise you to use a credit specialist however, I also advise you to use caution when looking for a professional to help you repair your credit report. There are many scams related to credit repair.

Source by Jackie O'Quinn

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