14 Feb Where on the Web Can I Go to Interact with Others about Credit Reporting and Bankruptcy?
I would like to recommend two very interesting resources to those of you who would like to be directed to a website on the internet where you can interact with others and learn more about subjects like credit reporting, credit scores, surviving bankruptcy and life after bankruptcy. Please note that I am not endorsing the content on these sites. Most of it is user generated and may or may not be accurate, and as always, you should seek the counsel of an attorney in these matters.
The first site is known as the “Credit Boards Forum“. Here there are thousands of consumers interacting on a continual basis; most claim to have “been there done that”, so you may be able to educate yourself based on the mistakes and successes of others using this site.
The second site is known as My Fair Credit. I have long been an admirer of this site. It is designed to be useful to attorneys and laypersons alike. Within the site’s forum, you will find up to date information about legal developments occurring within the context of credit reporting principally involving Equifax, TransUnion and Experian.
If you benefit from either of these sites, please be sure to leave comment on this post to tell us how you find the site useful.
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