AACCP Issues Consumer Alert Against Fraudulent “Credit Privacy Number” Scams by Rogue Credit Repair Firms
The American Association of Consumer Credit Professionals (AACCP) issued a warning to consumers today regarding recent reports of a rise in fraudulent “credit privacy number”
New legislation would make it easier for consumers to seek help from professionals to repair their credit Washington, DC- On Friday, Public News Service published an article
Press Call Offers Reminder of Urgency to Repeal Anti-Consumer Credit Repair Loophole Following Recent Equifax Credit Errors Controversy
Access an audio recording of yesterday’s call with Rep. Al Lawson, African American Empowerment Coalition, and AACCP HERE Washington, DC- On a press call held yesterday, Rep.
Consumers need to know about their rights to seek help from credit repair professionals Washington, DC: The American Association of Consumer Credit Professionals (AACCP) responded
Washington, DC- On Tuesday, the Wall Street Journal broke the news that Equifax wrongly sent out incorrect credit scores for millions of Americans as they were trying
Lexington Law’s John Heath lists the steps to effective credit repair, the laws protecting consumers’ rights, and how to navigate the credit repair industry Washington,