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Credit Repair Specialists

A credit score is the most important number in someone’s financial life as well as the most influential one. The higher someone’s credit score, the more financial opportunities they will have. Credit scores are very important when obtaining a home or auto loan and credit cards. Many people are not aware that decisions about your insurance prices, cable and phone service, and even employment are now largely based on your credit score.

The Importance of Good Credit

Survey has revealed that nearly 80% of all consumer credit reports contain serious errors or mistakes of some kind.

If you are looking to:

Credit Specialist will help you remove any inaccurate, erroneous and obsolete information in your credit file, including:

1. Improve your credit score
2. Get better rates on mortgages/refinances
3. Rent or buy a home
4. Buy a car
5. Get no or low interest on credit cards
6. Get better rates on insurance
7. Get positive results for job screening

We can help!

Late Payments   

Tax Liens
Student Loans
Public Records
Identity Theft
Negative Settlements
Closed Accounts

As a consumer, you already know that your credit score plays a significant role in your financial well being. Low credit scores can have a negative impact on many different levels. They may prevent you from obtaining needed credit such as a mortgage, school or car loan, or they may cost you a great deal of money in higher interest payments on loans, credit cards and insurance. Conversely, the higher your credit score the better your chances are of obtaining credit and loans at the best possible interest rates.

Federal Trade Commission (FTC)

If you feel you would prefer to work with a credit repair service rather than try to tackle credit repair issues on your own, please give us a call so we can help you sort through your options. We will do our best to refer you to a reputable credit remediation service and guide you in the right direction once we have the opportunity to review your credit report with you.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regulates credit repair services and provides free information to help consumers spot, stop and avoid doing business with credit repair companies that are not reputable. Their web site is located at

You can also write to the FTC to request a copy of their free brochure titled Credit Repair: Self Help May Be Best, which includes information about credit clinics. The address to write to is:

Federal Trade Commission
Sixth and Pennsylvania Avenues, NW
Washington, DC 20004

If you have any complaints regarding your credit report or credit remediation services that you wish to report to the FTC, contact them at:

Federal Trade Commission
Consumer Response Center, Room 130
600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20580

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