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Chris Ebert


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I can answer questions for Texas residents concerning issues that involve creditor and debtor rights. Specifically, I can answer questions concerning: FDCPA, FACTA, FCRA, and Texas state collections violations. Further I can guide consumers as how to repair their own credit with out the need for hiring a credit repair company.

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For the last 10 years I have worked as a Sr. Paralegal in a law firm ( that defends debtors against their creditors. I have reviewed thousands of credit reports and under the supervision of our attorney helped thousands of clients resolve their credit issues.


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University of Texas at Austin

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2016-10-19 What is a credit card co signer?:

A credit card co-signer is the person that is "really" signing for the credit card because the "signer" can not qualify based on credit or income by them self. The account will reflect on both of your

2015-08-19 Question about repairing delinquent account:

Frank,    I am sorry to hear about your situation. I have been there before and it is tough but the good news is it does end.    1) First option is to do nothing. Time will heal all.Items can not appear

2015-06-18 Is my credit score actually good?:

A 722 credit score is a good score considering that you do not use your credit.     If they look at credit score alone on the application then you should have not problem. On rental applications they are

2015-05-07 raise credit score:

If we are speaking of credit score purposes only, I would use the $5000 to pay down credit cards.    Once the car loan is paid off, it gets calculated as a past current debt and not as a current debt.

2015-04-14 Credit Cards 0% interest:

Nick,    If the the credit cards that now have an interest rate do not charge a yearly fee, then why not keep them open? The worst thing they can do is cancel the card after a time period of not using


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