Are Mixed Files Or Other Credit Errors Harming You?
Are you the victim of illegal debt collection? Have you had perfect credit all your life until suddenly, someone else's negative accounts appeared on your credit report and you can't get a loan because of it? You and your family don't need to put up with abuse, harassment, credit report errors or the resulting constant stress. I can help you put a stop to these problems so that you can move on with your life.
As a consumer, you have rights. Stand up for your rights with the help of an experienced lawyer! Together, we can work to hold the credit reporting agencies (credit bureaus) accountable so that they learn to respect you, and maybe even change the way they do business. I am a Seattle, Washington, consumer protection attorney who helps people fight Fair Credit Report Act (FCRA) and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) violations throughout King County.
You Need To Be Heard. They Need To Be Stopped.
You have spent hours on the phone trying to get someone to listen to you. Maybe someone else's information has appeared on your credit report and it is preventing you from buying a house or renting an apartment. Or maybe the credit reporting agency refuses to remove a debt that you paid more than seven years ago or was never late to begin with.
The Law Office of SaraEllen Hutchison, PLLC represents individuals who have legal claims against creditors and credit reporting agencies under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Washington State Consumer Protection Act, and other consumer laws. This is an important and often misunderstood difference.
You should be wary of credit repair organizations, many of them sell false hope. Before signing up for "credit repair," shelling out money and time, contact the Law Office of SaraEllen Hutchison, PLLC to see if you have a consumer claim.
I will listen to your story — your whole story. Every part of what you have experienced matters. These are not petty issues. They are real issues that have affected your life and need to be fixed. Too often, the only way to get credit bureaus to listen — and to stop them from harming others the way they have harmed you — is to bring a lawsuit that says, "We won't take this."