Article provided by: CRE Credit Services
Whenever you apply for a personal loan, credit card, auto loan, or mortgage the lender will pull your credit scores. These scores come from each of the three major credit bureaus: Equifax, Transunion, and Experian. These three companies are responsible for credit reports and ensuring that what is reported is up to date and accurate. If you have turned down for a loan or credit it could be because one of your credit reports has inaccurate information. You may need credit repair.
What Is Credit Repair?
Credit repair is the process of disputing and verifying the accuracy of what is on a credit report to increase your credit score. During the repair process, you can expect inaccuracies to be removed from all the credit bureau reports, achieving improved scores on your Transunion and Experian Credit reports, and Equifax credit repair as well.
Does CRE Credit Services Do Credit Repair?
Yes, CRE Credit Services specializes in credit repair so that our clients can get approved for things like a mortgage at great interest rates. We work with all three credit bureaus and our program only takes 6 months to complete and for many clients even faster than that.
Here is a link where you can see our specific results with Equifax Credit Repair, Transunion Credit Repair, and Experian Credit Repair. You can see just how our services helped remove the negatives and improve the credit reports for our clients.
How Do I Get Started?
The first thing you need to do to get on the road to Experian, Transunion and Equifax Credit Repair is to call CRE Credit Services at (888) 799-7267 for a free consultation. During your free consultation, a credit expert will help you pull a copy of each of your three credit reports. Then they will go over them with you in detail and find all the inaccuracies that impacting your scores. After that they will mold our Credit Repair program around your specific situation. Once you are in the program you will have access to an abundance of credit education, the top customer service team, and an online portal to check your progress as you go.
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