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CREDIT REPORTS AND MONITORING

MyScoreIQ

BE PREPARED. KNOW YOUR FICO® CREDIT SCORE.

Click here to enroll: MyScoreIQ

Once you have ordered your reports we can do a credit report audit for you and let you know where we see opportunities for disputing in your credit reports.

RESOURCES TO BOOST YOUR CREDIT SCORE

Credit Builder Card Offers Sponsored Signup with Compassionate Credit Repair

​​​This secured card requires no “hard pull” on your credit so it won’t make an “inquiry” that will hurt your credit score. By enrolling through the Compassionate Credit Repair sponsored profile all your processing fees are waived on your deposit to open your Credit Builder Card! With as little as $200 you can get started today and have a credit card in approximately two weeks.

Click here to learn more and enroll: Credit Builder Card Information

 


New Coast Direct

This is a “website card” where you “shop” and then apply for credit at checkout. They don’t pull a hard inquiry on your credit but they do report your credit to the bureaus.

Click on the image to visit the site, or click here: New Coast Direct

Click on the image to visit the site, or click here: New Coast Direct


 

Credit Strong

This is a secured loan savings account fusion you can sign up for without a hard pull on your credit.

 

Click on the image to visit the site or click here: Credit Strong

 


1800freshstart auto loans

One size doesn’t fit all.
We can help in a lot of specialized situations.

Click on the image or click here: 800FreshStart

This is the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FRCA) as prepared by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). It is intended only as a convenience for the public and not a substitute for the text in the U.S. Code. Learn More

Fact: Just the opposite is true. A score is a “snapshot” of your risk at a particular point in time. It changes as new information is added to your bank and credit bureau files. Scores change gradually as you change the way you handle credit. For example, past credit problems impact your score less as time passes. Lenders request a current score when you submit a credit application, so they have the most recent information available. Therefore by taking the time to improve your score, you can qualify for more favorable interest rates.