HOW DOES CREDIT REPAIR WORK?

At ZocLaw.com, our credit repair specialists make the credit repair process simple by starting with the following steps:

  1. Analysis of your credit report. After obtaining your credit report, during your credit repair consultation, our professionals will help you identify discrepancies that are tainting your credit score.
  2. Liaise with creditors on your behalf. Dealing with creditors can prove to be nightmarish, particularly if your correspondence does not include any form of payment. Our professionals will leverage your consumer rights, using years of experience gained from advocating for consumers.
  3. Corresponding with credit bureaus. Our firm has established strong relationships with credit bureaus and will be persistent in ensuring that your credit report is accurate, fair and substantiated.

ZocLaw.com’s Credit Repair Process

Upon Signing Up. Once you retain our credit repair services, we will help you obtain your credit report from three leading credit bureaus: Equifax, TransUnion and Experian.

Dispute  Irregularities. Our team of professionals will go analyze your credit report and dispute any incorrect information with both your creditors and the credit bureaus aggressively until your credit report is a true reflection of your financial credibility.

Monthly Credit Score Evaluation. Maintaining a favorable credit score is an ongoing process. Our clients will receive information  geared to improving their credit score following a monthly analysis of their credit report. Furthermore, our credit repair specialists and attorneys will be available to answer any questions or address any concerns pertaining to your credit report and credit score.

An incorrect credit score is a big deal and can have major adverse implications on your future finances. It is better to be safe than sorry, so if you have any concerns relating to your credit score, our experienced credit repair specialists will guide you through achieving your best credit score possible. Don't let an incorrect credit score ruin your future financial plans.

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