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Struggling With Student Loans?

                You’ve probably been taught all your life that since student loans are given from the government, that there is nothing that can be done to get them removed from your credit reports besides paying them off. Not true! We dispute and clear off student loans from our clients reports all the time. You may be thinking, “Is that legal? Can I avoid my student loans altogether?” To answer those questions, yes, everything we do is legal a

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Don’t know why your credit score dropped?

As you may have noticed, your credit score can change daily. There are many factors that make up your credit score from what shows up on your reports, to your credit usage habits. Your credit reports are calculated by the credit bureaus and you are left with a score which holds your financial reputation. Inquiries When you have your credit pulled, whether from a cellular service provider, a car dealership, a mortgage broker or anyone else, your credit score is goin

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The Smart Way to Fix Credit

What Can I Do About Credit Reports Errors?

What most people don’t realize is that credit reports can sometimes contain many errors. Fix Credit report errors ASAP before they get worse. It has been suggested that credit reports today contain almost 50% of errors. That’s a lot

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Repairing Your Credit: A Valuable New Year’s Resolution

Happy new year! How’s that gym membership working out for you?

While the world around you continues to break the promises they made to themselves, how about doing something that doesn’t take a lot of effort but will deliver value well into the future? If you have been th

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Considering Bankruptcy?

Considering Bankruptcy?

Considering Bankruptcy? Bankruptcy is the process of declaring to creditors that you cannot repay your debts. If you do not see a way to do it in the near future, keep reading. The decision to declare bankruptcy, however, is a big step and should not be taken lightly. Some people will have alternatives to bankruptcy. Such as debt consolidation or entering negotiations with the creditors. But, if you h

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