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I searched the net and this is some of the information I found from purportedly unbiased sources:

From http://creditreportrepair.org

NOTE: 2 out of 5 STARS

Refund policy: Full refund policy in you've been with them for one year and go through their evaluation process to determine if you have a refund coming. This is a bit confusing so you have to read the full requirements closely.

Pros: One of the lowest costs of all the credit repair companies.

Cons: Confusing refund policy.

Cost: $29 to start. Then $29 month thereafter.

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They were given an overall 3 out of 5 stars on the more extensive site, http://creditrepairservices.choicerevu.com/

Though that did give them 2nd place to NCA Credit Repair, which received 5 out 5 stars.

There is one more unbiased review located here: http://cancreditrepairwork4me.com/ecreditattorney.php

The skinny of it seems to be this:

You get what you pay for - not the best, not the worst, but at least a legitimate operation, which certainly can't be said for all of the credit repair companies (or even a majority of them). I encourage you to also do some more of your own research, simply using google or some other search engine. Look at message boards for people who have used them (but NOT from the site itself) - these can often be very telling.

Good luck!

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Thanks for the info.

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