Can Public Records Be Deleted From Your Credit Report?
We're often asked if it's possible to delete public records from your credit report.
The short answer, for all intents and purposes, is Yes. Public records can be deleted from your credit reports. If you have judgment, state tax lien, federal tax lien, chapter 7 bankruptcy, or chapter 13 bankruptcy, it is important to remember that, pursuant to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), all reported information on your file with the credit bureaus, including public records, must be 100% complete, timely, and accurate. If public record information on your credit report with Equifax, Experian, or TransUnion fails to meet those standards, then the public record information must be corrected or deleted from the credit report, if requested by the consumer.
Here are a few examples of public records that Omega Credit Repair has deleted for clients. For more information about what we do, how we do it, or how Omega Credit Repair can be of service, please give us a call... 214-733-8336
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