How Your Credit Score Works
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  1. Choose the plan that best fits your improvement needs
  2. Read through out service agreement
  3. Sign up risk free
  4. Begin seeing results in as little as 30 days

After you sign up we'll get to work the same day.

We will have you pull your reports so that we can review with a fine-toothed comb to pick out every item that could be negatively affecting your score.

Remember that even items that look good on paper could be dragging your score down into financial hell.

Pulling your own credit report (what we in the business call a "consumer disclosure") has no effect on your score and will never count as a FICO-sinking inquiry


Credit Reports
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Once we've gone through your reports we will create your Credit Insider™ Scorecards listing all the negative items appearing on your reports

I'll investigate every single item that's even remotely affecting your score and use every trick I know (and there are quite a few) to force the reporting agencies to wipe them off your credit report for good.

In fact, I don't consider a removal a success unless all record of there ever being a negative or derogatory item on your report has been completely obliterated.

All you'll have to do is sit back and wait.

After a few weeks you should start seeing letters in your mailbox from the  bureaus letting you know that the investigation is now underway.

If you get a letter back saying that the request we filed is "frivolous and irrelevant," don't worry, don't panic and don't give up.

That's collection agency speak for "we're too lazy to bother doing the research we're legally required to do and would rather stonewall you."

If you get one of these letters, shoot it my way.

It means the bait is on the hook and with a little more work we should have that negative item wiped off your report forever."


Still Not Convinced?
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Above my desk in my office I've got a bulletin board. And on that board there's one letter that I glance up at every time I need a reminder of why I do what I do. Give it a read and you'll see why: