Credit repair is a do-it-yourself project

If you’ve got a lousy credit score or a checkered credit history, check out the articles to the right for advice on fixing your own credit. There’s little a professional can do to restore your good credit that you can’t do yourself, free. Sure, it will take time, patience and a little knowledge, but plenty of people have done it, and so can you.

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While you can, and in our opinion, should fix your credit yourself, there is professional help available. Type “credit restoration” into Google and you’ll likely find quite a few options, although many may include people more interested in helping themselves than you. How are you supposed to know who to trust and who to avoid?

Either with the form below or by calling 1.877.547.6107.

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