How long does it take to fix my credit?
On average, clients can expect to see a 103 point score increase over 6 months, with an initial 10 point increase in the first month. Due to the fact every single collector has different internal processes and ways of handling our disputes, we can never be too sure how long it will take. We try one strategy, see what the results are, and go from there. We provide monthly updates to let you know what's happened along the way.
Can you delete the items on my report hurting my scores?
We have been able to delete most kinds of negatives that exist on credit reports, including collections, charge-offs, bankruptcies, student loans, late payments, medical bills, utility bills, repos, tax liens, foreclosures, and many more.
Which companies do you delete negative information from?
We dispute negatives from the major bureaus that lenders care about- TransUnion, Experian, and Equifax.
What are TransUnion, Experian, and Equifax exactly?
They are private corporations (like McDonalds or Walmart), not government entities, that sell your financial history in the form of credit reports to lenders like BMW or Chase Mortgage. These lenders then evaluate your report to decide if you're likely to pay them back or not. If you have one or more negatives, you're likely to get denied. The FCRA and FDCPA give you the right to dispute any negative marks harming your creditworthiness. While there is no guarantee of removal, it's always a wise decision to try because the alternative can mean waiting 7 to 10 years before anyone will approve you, that's a long time!
Do you offer any kind of guarantee?
Yes. If we're unable to remove any negative marks after 90 days (3 disputes) of work, we will refund any and all fees. No questions asked.
How much does it cost?
We charge an initial $199 audit, signup, and letter fee only after your initial disputes are sent.
Are there any guarantees of results?
By law we're unable to guarantee results of any kind. As an alternative, we offer our guarantee that we will refund fees if we don't get any results after 90 days. Any company that promises results is in direct violation of the Credit Repair Organizations Act and probably shouldn't be trusted. Unfortunately, many of them continue to do it and that is one reason the credit repair industry has a bad reputation.