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Signed up in January 2017. almost immediately 5 items removed from my credit report. now it's been over a month & nothing. it appears they are disputing another 11 itemns but so far no updates. starting to think they remove a few at the beginning then keep you stuck with no progress for a while so they can continue to collect the $100 a month.
Anyone had similar experiences? Comsidering dropping my account.

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Why pay an attorney to "clean up" 'your credit when you can do so yourself with a bit of work and a whole lot less money?  Your credit problems are of your own creation and learning how to fix them may help you also learn proper money management to avoid future problems.  Instead, read the articles on this site and also check out Dave Ramsey's site.

I have never trusted people who say they can fix your credit, because they really can't.

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