Credit Reporting Errors

Protect Your Post-Bankruptcy Rights

The Law Offices of Tracy L. Robinson, LC, is committed to providing our valued clients the best bankruptcy and debtor’s rights representation in the area. In an effort to do so, we offer a free service to help protect the fresh start you are entitled by enforcing your post-bankruptcy rights.

Often after bankruptcy, creditors continue collection efforts by improperly reporting negative information on your credit reports. Credit reports are used by employers, landlords, utility providers and insurers. Despite their importance, inaccuracies and errors plague credit reports, with estimates of serious errors affecting up to 35 percent of reports. These errors lower your credit score and can lead to higher interest rates, higher insurance premiums and difficulty acquiring loans for a house or car.

Having previously filed bankruptcy, you are a “high-risk” target for abusive creditors who improperly report information to the credit reporting agencies. The Fair Credit Reporting Act allows us to enforce your rights by requiring creditors to fix all reporting errors, pay attorney fees and in some cases even pay you financial compensation. Understanding your credit report rights is an important part of your fresh start after bankruptcy.

No-Risk Credit Protection

The service we provide is at no cost to you. Any compensation we receive will be paid by your creditors. If creditor misconduct persists, you may be entitled to monetary damages.

Tracy L. Robinson is a Kansas City credit reporting errors lawyer with over 20 years of experience. Our law firm, The Law Offices of Tracy L. Robinson, LC, has assisted thousands of Missouri and Kansas residents with their bankruptcy, credit protection and credit repair needs. Please allow us the opportunity to show you how to protect your post-bankruptcy rights. For more information on our free service, contact us online or call us at 816-842-1317.

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