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Has anyone tried eCreditAttorney credit repair company? Just curious...
They seem to be the cheapest but I know sometimes that alone can be a red flag, so before I try them out, I was hoping to find out if any real person out there has tried their services? If so, how did it go for you? Any results?

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Don't go there!!!

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No one can repair your credit for you.  The history you have built by your payments or lack of them is your own and shows how responsible you are with money.  Get back on track to paying things on time and living within your means, and your credit will improve over time.

Reports I've seen on these "credit repair" companies have not been good and some of their suggested practices border on outright fraud.  Best to live with your mistakes, make payments on time and in due time the bad reports will disappear from your credit record.  There is no such thing as a quick and easy fix.

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