A quick solution to your bad credit

Discussion in 'General Lounge' started by lefrish, Sep 2, 2011.

  1. lefrish

    lefrish New Member

    A bad credit history means that you are financially insecure. Many people think it is difficult to rebuild credit score after having a bad credit. Fortunately, credit repair services are there to rectify your credit report errors. Get registered to a reputed company and get the errors fixed timely and increase your score.
  2. JoshuaHeckathorn

    JoshuaHeckathorn Administrator

    Hmmm, sounds like an ad to me, but I'll give you the benefit of the doubt. Anyway, a "bad credit history" doesn't necessarily mean someone is financially insecure. There are plenty of wealthy people that have crappy credit or no credit at all. Credit scoring models don't even take income into account.

    Also, for those interested in tackling their credit issues, remember that there's nothing a credit repair firm can do that you can't do yourself. It just takes some time and dedication ( a little help and guidance from the people here doesn't hurt either).
  3. CJParker

    CJParker Member

    I would agree that it -sounds- like an ad ... but for what? He doesn't seem to be connected to anything.
  4. JoshuaHeckathorn

    JoshuaHeckathorn Administrator

    Usually these newbies will make a general post like this one and then follow up with an ad in an additional post. Once I called him out, it looks as though he never returned again.
  5. CJParker

    CJParker Member

    Ahah! Sneaky sneaky...
  6. kibel670

    kibel670 Active Member

    It's great to hear that with a little bit of time and effort, you can do the same thing any credit repair place can do!
  7. westlegal

    westlegal Member

    You should also know there is nothing a credit repair company can do to increase your credit score that you could not do on your own. Be careful of any company that claims otherwise.
  8. browndirt3

    browndirt3 Member

    I guess I fell into that trap with Lexington Law, got a few removed but paying $79 per month at the tune of 2 years, heck, I could have paid off a bill, lol.

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