How It Works

How Our Program Works

Armed with educational resources and our expert programs, you’re on your way to reestablishing your name and credit. We know how important good credit is when it comes to living and purchasing. We help repair your credit profile with our programs engineered to tackle the difficult task of negotiating and disputing credit bureaus and creditors. We are dedicated to ensuring you regain your financial freedom. With negative account information and past patterns, we are here to reclaim and repair any inaccurate or questionable history on your credit report. With our expert team members, we walk you through the entire process, and update you on the status of your file so you know exactly what is happening with your file.

How it work

Step 1

Step 2

Part of the first step on the path to better credit is to identify the inaccurate information that is bringing your score down. This is done through a deep credit analysis process.

Once we have identified all of the information that is not verifiable, inaccurate or misleading, we input it into our system. This allows us to begin the challenging process.

Step 3

Step 4

After the updated reports have come back in from the suppliers, we will go over them once again to verify the inaccurate, unverifiable or misleading was removed or updated.

After the reports have been updated, we go through the reports again to see what has been changed or corrected. Any changes and updates are noted in your file. We will continue to go through the report and request misleading and inaccurate information be removed or updated. If an item is reported as being verified, we will continue to follow up with the entity that submitted the information to the credit bureau along with the reporting bureau. The goal is to repair your credit and we will see it all the way through.

Services Included in the Credit Restoration Service

Increasing your credit score is our goal and we will work hard to have the following items that may be listed on your credit report but are not accurate.

  • Credit inquiries
  • Late payments
  • Tax liens
  • Foreclosures
  • Accounts in collection
  • Charge-offs
  • Accounts sold
  • Identity theft
  • Duplicate information
  • Bankruptcies
  • Outdated information
  • Medical bills
  • Authorized users
  • Repossessions
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