Damage to Credit
Many times, people have their credit damaged because of errors that should not have happened: the wrong negative information gets on their credit history and causes huge problems. Their financial reputation is damaged, and this can lead to existing credit being revoked or reduced.
As a South Carolina credit history damage attorney and founder of the Knie & Shealy Law Offices, I have been helping people in Spartanburg/Greenville and upper South Carolina for more than 35 years. As an experienced lawyer, I have established a record of success in helping people get their lives — and their credit — back on track. If you have tried to correct inaccurate information but your disputes have been ignored by credit reporting agencies, you may have a claim under the Fair Credit Reporting Act. In addition to finally getting your credit report corrected, you may be able to recover damages for any credit you were denied.When Your Identity Has Been Stolen
In my experience as a lawyer, I have had the good fortune of helping my clients achieve large verdicts related to identity theft. One big verdict involved an identity theft victim who reported the theft to her bank, Bank of America. The bank never closed the fraudulent bank account opened by the identity thief even after the victim demanded that it be closed, so every fraudulent check that was written on the account bounced. My client had to sue the bank to clear her credit and her good name.
This case received such great attention that I was asked to speak about it in Washington, D.C. The case was also featured in Consumer Reports magazine.Contact a Spartanburg & Greenville Financial Reputation Attorney
Credit history damages are nothing to be embarrassed about. Millions of Americans experience what you are going through. Contact me online. Consultations are free and confidential.