March 2005
Mortgage Banking;Mar2005, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p142
This article reports that Creditxpert Inc., Towson, Maryland, a credit analysis and management solutions provider, has launched CreditXpert Detective, a tool for finding inaccuracies in credit files and acting on them. CreditXpert Detective scans an individual's credit data to reveal potential inaccuracies and recommend the specific updates that will most significantly improve the person's credit score. It also automatically generates customized instructions and dispute letters. Using the tool's recommendations and guidance, users can uncover their true credit scores, according to CreditXpert.


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