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Is credit repair legal?
Credit repair is 100 percent legal. In fact, if any items on your credit report is inaccurate and not verifiable, it is your right to dispute it and ensure your score accurately reflects your financial responsibility. Consumer protection laws were put in place specifically to help protect you from any credit misrepresentation.

How long does it take to repair credit?
Because every individual’s credit situation is different, there isn’t a specific time frame that applies to all customers. However, even though no two cases are the same, quickly providing credit reports to us may help you see results in the first 45 days. The more invested you are; the faster you will begin to see results.

Is there a service guarantee?
Yes, if we do not remove a minimum of what you pay, we will refund the difference. Example, we delete $699.00 off your Credit Reports, you pay us $700.00, we owe you $1.00. You have nothing to lose and much to gain!

-This only applies to initial disputes.

What Do I Get?
You’ll get many tips and guidance to help get you on the right track for a lifetime of good credit. In fact, past consumers reported seeing 20 percent of Negative credit items removed from their report in as few as 90 days. I have an impressive track record that makes subscribing to my services a worthwhile investment.

Advantages of the service?
Time and expertise are the two primary benefits of enlisting the help of credit repair professional. I have a deep understanding of the Credit Repair process and the know how to remove negative item(s) from Credit Reports. I use various Dispute letters, FDCPA Codes, Debt Verification Documents etc.

Disadvantages to Hiring a Credit Repair Professional?
While there are perks to working with professionals, it does come with a price. Plus, if you get satisfaction from accomplishing things on your own, you’ll be taking that away if you hire a Credit Repair Specialist. The best option for optimal credit score improvement can vary depending on your unique situation. If you are willing to take the time to learn a bit about credit reports and how to write official letters to creditors and credit bureaus, or don’t have extra money to spend on having professional assistance, repairing your credit yourself may be a more affordable and worthwhile choice.

One in Five Americans Are Shocked to Find Errors on Their Credit Report.
Credit report mistakes can lead to disqualification for mortgages and car loans, as well as increased insurance premiums and interest rates. In some cases, those mistakes can even prevent you from getting a job or Rental property.