If you’ve ever been denied a credit card, auto loan, or mortgage due to your low credit score, you know firsthand how frustrating and hopeless your financial situation can feel.
Sure, you may be paying most of your bills on time, and you’re trying not to charge too much on your credit cards, but you also have a sneaking suspicion that your credit score should be higher than what it currently is.
If you don’t have a high credit score, you could be facing a serious uphill battle. Your credit score is used to evaluate your creditworthiness by your current and future landlords, utility and cable companies, insurance providers, and even potential employers!
Since so much depends on your credit score, it’s important that your credit report is accurate and free of errors. It may surprise you to learn that approximately 79% of all credit reports contain errors that aren’t verifiable! These errors may be bringing your score down without you even knowing about them.
To learn more about how to repair your credit, we encourage you to sign up for our free email course about credit restoration.
What’s in a Credit Repair E-Course?
Our (free) virtual guide to repairing your credit can be done right in the comfort of your own home or from your mobile device.
Essentially, we’ll be sending you a series of five emails designed to represent each stage of the credit repair process. We’ll walk you through the process as if you were right here in our office. By the end of the free series, you’ll know everything there is to know about credit reports, credit scores, and credit repair.
We’ll even answer some of the most frequently asked questions related to credit restoration.
How Do I Get Started?
Enter your email in the box below. We’ll send you an email confirmation with a link to start the course. Click the link in the email, sit back, and relax.
Over the next few days, you’ll automatically receive a new email that represents a specific stage in the credit repair process.
We’ll discuss information such as:
• What your credit score represents
• The information being used to calculate your credit score
• Which five big factors from your credit history affect your credit score
• How to repair a low credit score
• Disputing erroneous information on your credit report
• FAQs regarding credit repair
Who is This Course For?
We understand that you may not be ready right now to sign up for a service that promises to repair your low credit score while you’re still learning about the process yourself. We’ll give you all the information you need to decide if credit repair is right for you.
Credit repair is typically ideal for people who:
• Have had financial trouble in the past
• Have low credit scores and want to raise them
• Want to improve their credit for an upcoming loan approval (mortgage, student, car, etc.)
After this course, you’ll know exactly how the credit reporting bureaus treat your information, and what you can do to dispute errors that may be bringing your credit score down, all without ever having to leave your home.
If you’ve been trying to understand your credit report and raise your credit score without any luck, our virtual course is an excellent next step. We’ll explain everything you need to know, but were too afraid to ask about credit repair.