Bad And Good Differences

This is probably the most common thing we hear from our clients. The truth is that you honestly don't have the time or money to NOT fix your damaged credit. It's important to understand that almost everything in your life is now controlled by your credit. Many employers are even using credit scores to determine who to hire.

Having Bad Credit Costs More

When you think about the amount of money you are currently spending to pay for your damaged credit you can see that credit repair is downright cheap. From Credit Cards, to car loans, mortgages, and even your insurance on your home and car all cost you more money if you have a lower than optimal credit score. Here are some common examples of things in your life that may currently be costing you more money due to your credit score.



Average APR = 2.66% with good credit verses 16% with poor credit = $6,788 difference in interest on a 60 month loan.



Average APR = 3.75% with good credit verses 8.25% with Poor credit = $240,231 more in interest you will be paying.



Average APR = 10.99% with good credit verses 21.25% with poor credit = $7,891 you will be paying in interest.

Life After Credit Repair

Having Good Credit Is Pricess

Poor credit costs you time, money, and frustration as you search for credit instruments to improve the life of you and your family. Thousands of dollars in future interest savings, easier credit approvals, and reduced stress due to negative marks on your credit report can be a huge burden on your everyday life.

Our team will work diligently, efficiently and use the most advanced tactics in the industry to get you moving towards a life of financial freedom as soon as possible. And with our Pay for Performance system you can rest assured knowing that you will ONLY pay for the successes that we are able to achieve on your behalf.



We always listen to our clients.
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