- Report: #1130178
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Complaint Review: ecredit attorney
ecredit attorney27762 Antonio Pkwy L-1 Suite 606 Ladera Ranch, California USA
ecredit attorney Burn your money Ladera Ranch California
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: A MIRRIOR OF THE ABOVE STATEMENT
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I know you desparaetloy want to upgrade or repair your credit. But, if you use ecredit attorney, just take $29.00 out of your pocket, take a match or lighter and simply burn it! At least you may gert the joy of watching the flame. ECredit will claim to work on your file but in fact , there is ZERO activity to the credit bureaus. They claim to have sent out 21 letterrs. After almost 2.5 moinths, I contacted the credit beareaus and only one had receive ONE letter. While they will return your call, they are polite but they are lying the entire time. When you try to reach them, you must leave a message, no one ever answers the phone. Do yourself a favor, hold on to your money. Sit down create letters to your creditors that you want to dispute and do this yourself. If the informariton on your crrdit report is accurate, contact each one and settle the account. If the informarion on your report is accurate, it is NOT going to be removed until the appropriate time. Creditors must response within 30 days of your dispute, if they do not, the information will be changed. Good Luck in your endeavor.
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