ADKINS FIRM CELEBRATES 1 YEAR ANNIVERSARY
The Adkins Firm is celebrating its one year anniversary. The Adkins Firm represents identity theft victims and consumer with credit or background report errors under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). The FCRA requires consumer reporting agencies and creditors and employers to comply with federal law, including reasonable investigations of disputed consumer information.
Micah Adkins, principal and founder of the firm, said, “This last year has been an exciting year for our firm and our clients. We have made a statement to the credit bureaus and largest banks in the U.S. that we will not allow our clients be bullied by big business. Everyone is entitled to an accurate credit or background report and the Fair Credit Reporting Act does not discriminate.” Mr. Adkins represented consumers for years before establishing his own firm dedicated to consumers who have credit or background report errors or are victims of identity theft. He regularly appears in federal court on behalf of consumers. Mr. Adkins has represented consumers from Alabama, California, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Mississippi, Montana, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas and Tennessee.
One federal judge has described credit as the “lifeblood of the American economy.” If you cannot get credit, then you cannot move forward, including purchasing a car, house or employment. More and more employers are using background reports to determine whether an applicant is eligible for employment. Your credit or background report is used to make these important decisions.
Do you have errors on a credit or background report? Have you made credit report disputes or background report disputes and the information was verified by the credit reporting agencies or background report agency? If you have a credit report or background report error or if you are a victim of identity theft, then contact the Adkins Firm for a free consultation 24/7 at 1-800-263-9091 to determine whether you have claims under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.