March 26, 2009 | Salt Lake City, UT |(Marketwire) Lexington Law, the trusted leaders in credit repair is offering a free eBook, “Credit Revolution,” on the inner workings of credit reporting, which helps consumers better understand credit and how a credit score can be used and abused. The eBook reviews different subject matter, answering common questions like “is our credit system broken?” and “how can I fix my credit?” “Credit Revolution” is written by three experts with more than a combined 40 years of experience, one of which is John Heath, Lexington Law’s directing attorney. “With the economy in the state it is in, people need to know this information,” stated Heath. “Yes, we are a credit repair service at Lexington Law, but we see it as a duty, not a service to inform people of their rights and help empower them to not feel trapped by numbers on a piece of paper.”
The book is composed of 21 topics, each developed in chapters as “steps.” Hence, the eBook’s call to action “21 steps” to better understand credit. The book contains information about the prevalence of errors in the credit reporting world and the do it yourselfer’s who exclaim “Fix my credit report!” until they are blue in the face. The Lexington Law website has a preview of the “Credit Revolution” eBook. The entire book, which is typically retail priced at $19.95, is available for download, free of charge.
Tips: Fixing Credit Report
Request a copy of your credit report from a credit bureau. If there is an error, write to the bureau and ask them to fix the mistake. It will help to contact the creditor who reported the error. Some creditors will contact the bureau on your behalf. If the bureau says the creditors have verified information you think is incorrect, you will need to contact the creditors directly to argue your case. If you succeed, make sure you get a letter from the creditor acknowledging the error.