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While credit repair companies do technically work, they cannot legally do anything that a consumer can't do on his own for free. In addition, there are some credit repair companies that are scams and using illegal tactic... More »

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According to the Federal Trade Commission, most credit repair businesses are scams, and as such they advocate consumers take a "do-it-yourself" approach to credit repair by working with creditors to remove inaccurate inf... More »

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Companies that repair heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems include Air Now HVAC, Home Depot and Sears Home Services. These companies also offer additional services, such as installations and monthly repair p... More »

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According to the Federal Trade Commission, people can repair their credit by fixing credit errors, exercising patience and discipline, repaying debt, and avoiding credit repair scams. However, the FTC adds that legitimat... More »

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ECreditAttorney advertises a 45-day average turnaround time for its credit repair services. This is the time between eCreditAttorney's initial dispute and receipt of credit bureau responses. More »

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Credit profile numbers, or CPNs, are illegal and are often provided to consumers as part of a credit repair scam, explains the Federal Trade Commission. These numbers are usually stolen Social Security numbers, random ni... More »

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