The real question is why should your credit score be important to you? It’s important because it affects your opportunities in everything from getting a
mortgage to leasing an apartment to getting a car to having a fall back by way of credit and, in some cases, even qualifying for positions of opportunity.
If your credit score is important to you and you are burdened by a never-ending series of payments to maintain that debt – where will your credit be
in a year? Two years? As your debt increases, your score drops. And as time passes, your score remains low or gets worse if things get
With us, yes, your score will be affected as we negotiate a lower and faster pay-off. However, your pay-off that was years and years away is now only
months away. As a result, you are able to start working on your credit again and get it to a higher score than it was before since your debt burden is
gone and you have more money in your pocket as you are no longer making multiple payments that are lost, primarily, to interest.
When you graduate from our program, we will help and guide you to do what is necessary to have an even greater credit score than you did before.