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We Are Credit Experts
Any type of questionable derogatory credit item can be legally disputed and removed from your credit report. Our process has been proven successful by thousands of clients whose credit has been dramatically improved. We have successfully removed the following items from our client’s credit reports:
- Late Payments
Steps to Success
Step 1: Develop Strategy
Work personally with a credit repair expert to determine your financial goals, review in-depth your credit report, setup a budget, and detail a plan of attack to put you on the path to success.
Step 2: Plan Implementation
We use a scientific approach to remove inaccurate, unverifiable and questionable items from you credit report. Each item will have a tailored dispute method, and some may take several rounds to get removed.
Step 3: Credit Coaching
Your personal credit coach will show you how to maximize your credit score through correctly managing your existing positive credit items, and help you add new installment and revolving trade-lines to your report.
Step 4: Long Term Success!
You will receive credit repair and coaching services for 12 months to remove any new or existing derogatory items from your credit report. Additionally, we will support your efforts to maintain excellent credit by making our member only credit and financial resources available for life. You will be able to contact us for help or advice for life.
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