Mortgage Servicing Fraud
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I know I read somewhere on this site about the credit bureaus and how to correct and/or dispute them. Someone had said that you can correct this yourself and you do not need to pay someone to have your credit restored. Can anyone give me any information on this? It would be greatly appreciated.

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The link below is to an excellent site dedicated to what you are looking for. Hope it helps!

http://consumers.creditnet.com/Discussions/index.php
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Yes, you can dispute the inaccuracies on your credit report.   If you look into it you find that if a creditor does not respond to your dispute within thirty days the credit bureau will find in your favor; an example would be if you disputed a late payment an account, and if after thirty days with no response from the creditor, that payment would either be corrected or the account deleted. Please understand that I am no financial wizard, I am just a guy who has cleaned-up his report.
I was having a difficult time refinancing my mortgage, so I logged on to http://www.truecredit.com and signed up for $14.95 a month, this allows you to monitor all three bureaus.  I had so many mistakes and wrong information on my report, hell I wouldn't loaned money to myself.  You can do the disputes by phone, on-line or written.  I highly recommend this site. 
If you like you can visit my site http://www.arbormortgagesucks.com, this company screwed me so hard it prompted my bye the site and inform as many people as possible of their practices. 
Good Luck
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http://www.givemebackmycredit.com/blog

http://www.givemebackmycredit

I read Diane Richardson's her book after being taken for a ride by my mortgage company, finally getting it fixed and then spending months trying to get credit report corrected. She has many referrals to msf.org and a story about her nightmare dealing with mortgage fraud and how her credit reports were affected. Her blog on the site is excellent and has a lot of tips to deal with credit reporting error. when i got it I thought it was only about credit issues but she really went through hell and back and tells her story to try to help others

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