How Does Credit Repair Work?

June 27, 2016, 6:26 am Posted by: Lori Askins Category: Credit Repair

In today’s world, your credit score is as important as the oxygen you breathe. It determines whether doors will open for you or stay closed. We know that sometimes life can get in the way of even the best intentions creating a negative impact on your financial health. As a result, your credit score may have been affected putting you into the very poor to poor category. This in turn results in higher interest rates, loan application rejections, and more. That is when a credit repair company can step in and help you fix your credit and improve your FICO score.

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By analyzing your credit history via a credit report from websites like, negative items including late payments, liens, foreclosures, repossessions, hard inquiries, and errors can be removed. By filing credit disputes on your behalf using little-known strategies that yield a high success rate, you are given a second chance, allowing you to start over. Once you wipe the slate clean, you are now able build your credit score to 700+, putting you in the very good to excellent range.

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Another option to increase your credit score is by adding personal or business tradelines. The tradelines are piggybacked onto your current credit history and can take your credit score from poor to excellent quickly and efficiently.

You will now be able to obtain a home, vehicle, mortgage, loan/line of credit hassle free and with a low or zero percent interest rate.

If you find you are in this situation, contact BR Finance Solutions today to get the help you need. We can help you get that second chance you deserve.

Have you tried credit repair? Were you pleased? Tell us your story.

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