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who is a good credit repair company

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Before you buy. Read this.

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The Credit Repair Organization Act and the Federal Trade Commission as well as the Attorney General of each state in the union, protect consumers by providing tips on how to spot scam operator companies

Never pay upfront for anything.

Set up fees should not exceed $25 dollars

Maintenance fees should be resonable and not pose a financial hardships on anyone.

Consumers have the right to a contract

Consumers have the right to full disclosure ot their rights, including the right to file complaints and file suit against operators who harm their credit files.

Defend yourselves and learn your right. Do this before you to with anyone for anything.

This message is brought to you by common sense and your friendly activists at cleanslatecredit . org

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A clean slate credit consultant's non-profit. Recommended.

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clean slate credit consultants as described. Good to me. Recommend A+

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You joined this site 9 years ago so, if you read the articles and applied what you learned, your credit should be very good.  I was already on a fixed income when I joined six years ago and my score is very good.  So-called credit repair companies cost money and the majority do not have your best interests at hand, just their profit  margin.

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What is you credit problem? If you're looking for reviews on companies I would suggest doing a Google search.

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Reliant Credit Repair

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Reliant credit repair doesnt just help you remove the negative information they also help you rebuild and re-establish credit. They are aware of the stigma attached to credit repair compaines and have put in every effort to try and change the industry by being ethical and always having the customers best interest in mind. They offer a free consultation and have economy plans to suit everyones financial needs.

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Most so called credit repair companies don't have your best interest and others really don't understand credit and how it truly works. Our company, Select Us LLC, has helped thousands of people get their credit mortgage-ready. With our proven system, we’ve put thousands of people into their dream home. Check out our testimonials and feel free to reach out if you need any help. 

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Credit repair

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Well ive tried a company called BLUE SKY and thing have been working great for me they also have good reviews with the BBB..check them out. But just like anything you have to reseach and with what company works best for your situation everyone is different

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