FAQs

1. How can bad credit legally be repaired?

We use the power of the FCRA to legally work on your behalf. This is considered to be a dispute and investigation process.

2. How do you help repair bad credit?

Our goal is to remove as many negative items as we can, while also rebuilding your scores. We also have a team of affiliate companies that work along side of us. These companies can offer you lines of credit and loans to help rebuild your scores.

3. How long does it take to repair credit?

It typically takes as few as 30 days to see results from credit repair. Since everyone’s credit report is different, there is no set amount of time that your particular case may take.

4. Can deleted items reappear on my credit report?

There should never be a time in which deleted items reappear on a credit report, after deletion. In rare cases, a verified item may reappear due to additional, unknown creditor proof of debt.

5. Do I need to pay my bills?

Yes, you should continue to pay all of your bills on time, throughout this process.

6. Do I need to see my credit reports first?

We need to review your credit report so that we can create a plan of action, specifically for your situation. We will also provide you with a full audit of your credit report.

7. Do you guarantee your work?

In the process of credit repair, it is illegal to guarantee any work. It is also impossible to predict any outcomes.

8. Can I repair my own credit?

You can do this on your own however, you have to dedicate the appropriate amount of time and legal knowledge in order to have a successful outcome.

9. How do I get updates on my case?

We have a client portal specifically set up for you. We will provide updates to you, via your portal every 30-45 days!

10. What is the average amount of time a client stays in this credit repair program?

On average, a client stays in this program between 5-7 months. Remember, each case is different.