These credit repair resources offer additional information related to improving your credit!
In your ongoing efforts to improve your credit, you’ll need to have access to all the best available information. We’ve included links to the actual text of the Fair Credit Reporting Act and other important consumer related information.
www.ftc.gov/os/statutes/fcradoc.pdf – This is the actual text of the Fair Credit Reporting Act. It provides the legal framework within which you will be working to repair your credit.
www.ftc.gov/ – The Federal Trade Commission web site has an abundance of information regarding consumer laws, rights, and available courses of action worth considering if you feel you’ve been treated in an unfair manner. KNOW YOUR RIGHTS!
www.ftc.gov/os/statutes/fcrajump.htm – This area of the FTC web site has links to updated information and amendments to the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Credit related material and notices are also available here.
www.consumer.gov/ – This is also an absolute “must visit” site. Here you can learn about the national “do not call registry,” product recalls, dead beat parents and the penalties they can face. Information about government aid programs that you may qualify for are also found here.
www.fraud.org/ – Visit this site often and learn about the latest telemarketing scams, internet fraud scams, and how to protect yourself from them. Consumer knowledge and awareness is your best defense!
www.econsumer.gov/ – If you conduct numerous internet transactions then the consumer protection information found here will come in handy – especially if you’ve had problems or complaints with ecommerce internationally.
www.consumerlaw.org/initiatives/facta/nclc_analysis.shtml – The Fair & Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 is explained by the National Consumer Law Center on their informative website.
www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/credit/etc/quiz.html – This Credit Card Quiz appeared as part of a Frontline show on PBS.