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January 25, 2013


Steven Ciantro

Hello and thank you for those kind words--We are very glad you are enjoying the articles....

Steven Ciantro


Your site is very informative and your articles are wonderful.

Steven Ciantro

Hey Felix,
Glad you enjoyed it. And you are absolutely correct about sticking to professionals.


Felix Lee

This is a very amusing article. If I had to have my credit report fixed and validated, it would be a good idea to choose to hire a credit restoration specialist than to attempt to do it myself. It would be money well spent to get my credit score effectively repaired.

Steven Ciantro

Hello Mary,
Excellent comment and question. First, nothing on your credit report has actually been validated. That is a fact.
I have been at this for 10 years, and I can tell you, first credit restoration is very regulated. Secondly, I strongly recommend one company. That is Lexington Law Firm, an actual law firm, in business for 20 years. We are their affiliates--they are simply the best. If you visit: you can download their free report--it is on the second banner down on the left--as well as their phone #--You get a free evaluation if you use the phone #,
Thanks again,
Take care

Steven Ciantro

Mary Kaplan

Funny post! I totally agree that removing invalid information from your credit report is extremely important. One key to this is that you find out that something is invalid on the report. I fear that many people out there have never even seen their reports. Do you have a recommendation for a website of company that can help us get the reports for free? I've heard that this is possible. Also, how do you know if you're working with a reputable debt restoration company or person? Any advice on how to vet them before you sign up? Thanks for any info you can provide!

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