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Can you delete public records such as judgments, bankruptcies, and tax liens?

The law states that for a credit bureau to place an item on your credit report it must be 100% true, 100% accurate, and 100% verifiable. Credit repair companies use this law as the foundation of credit repair. Public records notations on your credit report must be 100% true, 100% accurate, and 100% verifiable in order to be on your credit report. We work with you to challenge the credit bureaus on all three of these areas. It is common knowledge that the credit bureaus are not even capable of verifying public records and the court houses where this data is stored will not verify the items for the credit bureaus.

These facts mean that public records can in fact be removed from your credit report

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