"When I first started with CreditRepair.com my credit was in poor shape with a few collection accounts that I was not aware of. I was looking for a home mortgage loan and was sure it would never get it approved based on my scores, but in less than 3 months, and with the help of CreditRepair.com, almost all of the negative items were removed and I was able to get my loan. Thanks for the help."
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Credit repair companies typically charge a one-time setup fee between $15 and $100 plus monthly fees between $60 and $150. Many companies offer a discount for couples who both need affordable credit repair services. Some credit restoration companies charge per successfully deleted item, and others charge a flat-rate fee for a specific term, usually six months. Keep in mind that legitimate credit repair companies won’t request service payments until they do some work for you.
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"At first I was amazed with seeing how many items were being removed from my credit report, but at the same time I noticed CreditRepair.com was showing one score, but when it was time to pull my report and score again, they didn't even come close to what credit repair was showing. That was very frustrating to me. I joined November 2013 until July 2014, and sacrificed the $89 a month. I was with the program 8 months. I possibly would join again."
"I'm very pleased that after all these years I can finally fix my credit, and get it to where it used to be. I never knew that there was a place or company that can help you restore your credit. I'm glad I took the first step to fixing my credit. I'm happy that CreditRepair.com is helping me with my situation and hopefully I can get my house soon. I want to thank CreditRepair.com for taking the time to help me with my situation."
HomePlus: they'll conduct the services in the Standard and Premier plans, along with disputing any questionable inquiries and recommend solutions specifically designed to help you qualify for a home loan. If you take out a home loan through one of the provider's approved brokers, you'll get a refund of every dollar you've paid to Credit Repair Consultants
Credit scoring models usually take into account how much you owe compared to how much credit you have available, called your credit utilization rate or your balance-to-limit ratio. Basically it's the sum of all of your revolving debt (such as your credit card balances) divided by the total credit that is available to you (or the total of all your credit limits).