Barnette Law Office, LLC

January 12, 2013

Tennessee FCRA Lawyer

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Are you a Tennessee resident that has been denied for credit?  Do you know what is on your credit reports?  If so, are there inaccuracies?  Are these inaccuracies preventing you from getting the credit you need

If you live in Tennessee and inaccuracies on your credit reports contact usBarnette Law Offices in Nashville has helped many Tennessee consumers correct their credit reports and obtain compensation for damages they’ve incurred from the errors that had to first be corrected.  The end result could be that you have the errors corrected that you need corrected or deleted, you obtain the financing you would have absent the errors, and that you are compensated for any damages suffered.

Any Tennessee consumer has the right under the Fair Credit Reporting Act to dispute any information which is inaccurate and/or incomplete.  If such information is verified as being accurate and/or complete, the furnisher of information; i.e., a debt collector, debt purchaser, creditor directly, etc., can be held liable under the Fair Credit Reporting Act in Tennessee

If you are a Tennessee consumer with credit reporting problems first dispute the problems through the major three credit reporting agencies which are Equifax, Experian, and Trans Union.  If the item is verified and is still inaccurate, contact Tennessee FCRA Lawyer Jason Barnette at 615-585-2245 or

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