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Identity Theft Services

Sometimes when you are trying to fix your credit you find yourself dealing with a situation that seems impossible to solve.  This is when you might want to consider hiring a lawyer who offers identity theft services. This means that instead of you putting in the average of 600 hours it takes to fix your credit that you can pay someone to do it for you. 

Here are some measures you can take to deal with credit bureaus that don’t seem to be willing to deal with your claims. 

·           Resolve to not give up.  If you hire a good identity theft service or lawyer they will not give up on you either. Many people are stopped dead by the amount of time it can take to get even the simplest of credit problems resolved. You are going to need some determination and stamina to wear the opposition at the credit bureaus down which is where a credit repair veteran can come in handy. 

·           Check the online forums and boards about credit repair. Sometimes you can get great tips from those who have been in a similar situation as you. Of course take everything with a grain of salt and check out facts first before you take the advice of anyone on a forum or board.   

·           Get a lawyer’s help. Even if your lawyer is not the best in the world the credit bureaus might be more inclined to listen to you if you have one. Once again you can get referrals fro your local bar, legal aid office or the National Association of Consumer Advocates at 202-452-1989. 

·           Get your U.S. representative involved. You might be surprised about how helpful your elected representative can be to help you correct your identity theft situation especially if there is an unfair angle to your identity theft saga story that can make him or her look great in the press.

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