There are a total of 3 credit bureaus you need to concern yourself with: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. There may be a other smaller credit bureaus that collect your data, but you will likely never need to communicate with them.
However, even with a high level of customer satisfaction, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to fix every item on your credit report---and you should be wary of any company that says they can. A great credit repair company is like a great attorney: they cannot guarantee you a win, but they have a high win rate that speaks for itself.
Nevertheless, our guarantee is that we will do our best to fix all items we agreed to fix. If we are unable to successfully dispute any items, you will not be charged for them.
You will receive a phone call about once a month from one of our representatives, who will go over the current status of your file. Additionally, if you have provided us with an email address, you will receive a status report each time there is an update on your file.
You are also welcome to contact our office or your assigned consultant at any time to inquire about your status.Click here to view a sample of an emailed status report.
In addition to being able to repair your credit, our company can offer what few others can: a one-stop shop where you can have your credit restored to an optimal score level, assistance in shopping for a home afterwards, and getting your home loan funded. This saves you the time and headache of searching for a reputable agent and lender. And because we work directly with lenders, clients can be sure they will be offered the best rates possible!
Whether you are looking to purchase a home, a car, or to be approved for new lines of credit, with over 15 years of experience in the industry, we are confident we can help you achieve your goal!
- Payment History
- Utilization Ratio
- Length of Credit History
- Recent Activity
- Types of Accounts
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"Just wanted to thank Orlando Perez for helping me get my credit back on track. Now I can finally work on purchasing my first home. Take a chance and give him a call; you have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Save yourself the headache and let them dispute the problems. Thanks again bro!"