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Are CPNs legal? What you REALLY need to know about them Free Consultation for a credit sweep! Are CPNs legal? Are identity theft sweeps legal? Although the FBI website states that CPNs are legal, if you don't obtain them from the right source, they're more than likely fraudulent numbers. If you're filing a police report for a credit sweep and you're not a victim of identity theft, you're committing perjury and it's illegal.

On the other hand, if you buy a CPN from a legitamate source, such as going through an attorney with the Social Security Administration's knowledge, then you have nothing to worry about! When you need to change your information (date of birth, address, email) and are literally provided instructions on how to defraud banks into extending credit to you based upon what they believe to be a SSN, then you're breaking the law. Stop falling into this trap and just fix your own credit!

You may also run into the problem of going to a credit sweep or credit repair company claiming to provide a legal & super fast credit sweep (less than 30 days) that files a false police report on your behalf without your knowledge. Yes, it happens all the time! You're entitled to see your disputes! You're entitled to know that the company's using a legal method to obtain the results you're paying for so that you don't end up in hot water!

Listen, stop the madness with the CPNs and fix your own credit. You're only issue will be that you didn't begin the process sooner. I've seen plenty of situations go wrong with them which is why I'm letting you guys know that truth.

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