How do you dispute mistakes on your credit reports? What if you can’t get them straightened out? What can you do if you are dealing with aggressive debt collectors? Get answers to your questions about your rights when attorney Robert Brennan joins Talk Credit Radio on Friday June 3, 2011.
Attorney Robert Brennan is a nationally recognized expert on consumer credit protection and consumer fraud issues. He is an experienced and aggressive trial lawyer who has helped consumers successfully fight back in credit damage and unfair debt collection practices cases. He’ll explain:
- The right way to dispute mistakes on your credit reports.
- When to dispute a mistake with the credit reporting agencies, and when to go to the furnisher.
- What to do if a mistake reappears on your credit reports.
- The first thing you should do if you are contacted by a debt collector.
- What debt collectors can and cannot do to collect debts.
Have a question about dealing with debt collectors or fixing credit report mistakes? Call in live to the show or submit your question by email. If your question is used on the air you’ll win a copy of the ebook coauthored by Robert Brennan, Debt Collection Answers: How to Use Debt Collection Laws to Protect Your Rights (CA edition).
Plus, if you’re worried about identity theft or fraud, Credit.com’s CEO, Ian Cohen will join Talk Credit Radio to describe a new free tool that assesses your risk of fraud and id theft using the same tools used by Fortune 100 firms. Learn how you can use the ID Theft Risk Score to help detect fraud early.
Tune in to Talk Credit Radio:
Listen to Talk Credit Radio live every week on WTMY 1280 in Sarasota Florida between 3-4 pm Eastern time/ 12 – 1 pm Pacific Time. Episodes are also available in the Credit.com Radio archives and on iTunes.
Have a Question?
Call into the live program at 941-954-1280 or email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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