The fact that you are here visiting this website probably means that you have some concerns about your credit rating. Trust me on this, you are not alone. Millions of Americans today are in exactly the same boat you are. Maybe you have been turned down for a mortgage, or a car loan, or a credit card due to something that happened years ago. Maybe you took advantage of one of those free credit report services and were shocked to find that your credit rating was far lower than you thought it was. Whatever the circumstances were – however it was that you found out something was wrong – the fact that you are here means that you have experienced a problem with your credit, and that you are looking to do something about it.
You’re looking to make a fresh start!
That’s what we are here for. There are many reasons that people in the United States currently suffer from bad credit. People lose their jobs, and simply have no way to keep up with their bills for an extended period of time. Sometimes, people get into extended debt and the resulting credit trouble as the result of an illness, or the death of the primary wage earner. Other times, people simply over extend themselves on their mortgages, or credit cards, or even student loans without even realizing that they are getting in over their head at the time. And, increasingly, people are finding that their credit scores are far lower then they should be through no fault of their own, but rather as the result of identity theft – one of the fastest growing crimes in the United States.
Whatever the reason for the problem, it is important for you to remember three things. First, as I said right at the beginning, you are not alone – there are literally millions of people in this country in exactly the same position you are. The second thing you need to remember is that having bad credit does not make you a bad person. Bad things happen to good people every day and bad credit shouldn’t make you feel that you deserve anything less than anyone else. The third thing I want you to remember – the most important thing – is that just because you have poor credit now does not mean that you will have to always have bad credit.
There is something you can do about it!
How do I know this? Well, for over 15 years, I have been a mortgage broker – helping people arrange financing for buying new homes. You would be amazed at how many of my customers are/were turned down for mortgages because of a poor credit rating – a poor credit rating that in a lot of cases they had absolutely no idea they even had! Over the years, to help my customers arrange their financing and get the homes of their dreams, I learned how to help them repair their credit and I found out that not only can it be done – but that it almost always works. It doesn’t matter if it was caused by late payments on credit cards or car loans, repossession, debt default, civil judgments, foreclosures, even bankruptcies – it is possible to get virtually any black mark erased from your credit report with all three major credit reporting agencies and raise your credit score 50, 100, even 200 points. There is nothing illegal about it at all – nothing shady or underhanded – it is just a matter of knowing what it is that you have to do, and how to do it.
But the bottom line is that it is possible to legally repair your credit!
That’s the good news. The bad news is, they don’t make it easy for you to do. On the contrary, the three major credit reporting services – Equifax, TransUnion, and Experian – make it very complicated to alter your credit score. Oh, not for your creditors – for them, they make things very easy, but after all, that’s who the credit reporting services work for. Them, not you. All they have to do is send in a bad report on you and, Boom! There it is on your credit report for seven years or longer unless you know how to get rid of it. By some estimates, 25% of the negative marks carried by these credit reporting agencies are inaccurate, incorrect or should never have been put there in the first place. Why? Because these services do not check the negative reports they receive. Why? Because they don’t have to.
In a very real sense, the odds are stacked against the ordinary consumer, like you and me. To the credit reporting agencies, we are simply names and social security numbers, and the information they receive about us from the companies that pay their bills they accept completely and without question. They don’t care about accuracy – or what the impact negative information can have to our hopes for a better life for ourselves and our families – that’s not their business. Their business is developing a credit score for you based on the information they receive – whatever that information is. It is up to you to look at that credit score, and get it to where you want it to be.
Still, the good news remains as I stated it before: it is possible to repair your bad credit rating. And that’s why A Fresh Start is in business – to help you do just that. I want to help you repair your bad credit, just like I have helped hundreds of other people repair theirs. I want to help you get back on track with your financial future, and give you the opportunity to get the house, or the car, that you deserve. Remember – bad things happen to good people, but that isn’t all there is to it. Good things happen to good people as well, and I want to see something good happen to you.
And now I am going to tell you something that may shock you – and something that I am almost certain that you have never seen on any website or heard in any advertising regarding credit repair.
I can’t do anything for you that you can’t do for yourself.
It will take time, and study, and patience, and in some cases you may need to get a lawyer, but anything I can do for you, you can do for yourself. But remember what I said earlier – they don’t make it easy. It can literally take years to repair your credit, if you don’t know what you are doing, and possible legal fees and other costs can be expensive.
Let me make one last point. I am not a credit counselor, and I am not – and do not work with – a bankruptcy attorney. You have probably seen both of those services advertised on late night TV or in your favorite magazines or on your favorite websites. They are everywhere these days. They tell you they can get creditors off your back, and they tell you that they can reduce your payments, and that’s all well and good. But the truth is, not only do those services not repair your credit, they damage your credit more than it is already damaged.
My business is credit repair. My job is to raise your credit score. My goal is to help you take back control of your credit life and reap the benefits you deserve from a good credit rating. So give me a call today Toll-Free at 1-866-629-1647, and let’s see what we can do together. You really have nothing to lose.
Vincent Craven, CEO
A Fresh Start
P.S. You are NOT alone! Bad things happen to good people. Call me toll-free at 1-866-629-1647 today to help you fix your credit and get on with your life. Don’t let fear and embarrassment hold you back.
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“My credit rating was in the 500’s I tried a couple credit repair services that said they could get it raised in less than 30 days, but none of them worked. Then I went to A Fresh Start — and it took a while, but now my FICO score is over 700 and that’s where it’s going to stay!”
— Bill G.,
“After my divorce and finding out how much credit trouble my ex-husband had gotten me into I couldn’t even get a credit card — much less qualify for a home loan. Vincent Craven changed that and got my credit rating up to the point where I could qualify for a $100,000 mortgage.”
—Sharon S., Wallingford, PA
“I had heard about identity theft, of course, but I never thought it could happen to me. Well it could, and it did, and I couldn’t get any of the credit reporting services to listen to me. Finally I found A Fresh Start and, I don’t know how they did it, but my credit rating is back to where it should be!”
— Phyllis J.,
“I saw A Fresh Start’s ad, went to their website, and called for one of their free do-it-yourself credit repair kits. I guess that there are some folks who can do it, but it took me just about 15 minutes to realize that I didn’t have the time, or the know-how to get it done. I would recommend that anybody who needs credit repair get in touch with Vincent Craven. It sure beats hitting your head against a wall!”
—Jack S., San Diego, CA
“When I got laid off from my job, I got behind on some credit cards, and my car payment – I even had a judgment against me. I was afraid that I would have to wait seven years or maybe even longer to get my credit back on track. Then I found Vincent Craven and he raised my score over 100 points in just a few months. Thanks, Vinnie!”
Lake Havasu, AZ
“I didn’t even know that I had bad credit until I was turned down for a car loan. I had just been married, and my new wife and I were planning to buy our first home – so I knew I needed help. Thank God for Vincent! He found the problem and fixed it, and we moved in last March!”
—Charles H., Villanova, PA
“At first I was leery about paying someone to help me repair my credit score. But when I started looking into it, I found that just the legal fees would have cost me more than A Fresh Start’s processing fee considering the judgments I had against me. I don’t know how they can afford to do it for the price, but I am so thankful that they did. Don’t be afraid to call them. It’s never too late.”
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