Having a strong internet presence in the credit repair business is not an option, it is a necessity. This is like an online shop where you get to display your services for the world to see. Not having a credit repair business website is like cutting the chances of the world knowing about you and your business short. Most credit business owner makes the grave mistake of taking this vital step last after getting all other products in place. This is the exact opposite of what should be done if you want to let the world out there know about your business and make some serious profits. In the section dedicated to website setup on the software, we have carefully explained how and why you should have your website setup first amongst all other things required. (All trainings are in video format).

Depending on the bank and the technology in place, you may be able to handle this process entirely online. Some banks allow you to log in to your banking portal to designate additional authorized users, create their own bank login and profile as well as determine the level of access you’d like them to have to your account. Levels of access can range from being able to view transactions only to making purchases. If your bank doesn’t have this technology in place, usually a phone call is sufficient.


The magic formula for determining your credit score isn’t publicized, but there are some general guidelines. For instance, experts say your credit utilization (your debt in relation to your credit limit) should be below 30%, and ideally 10%, for the best effect on your scores. This means that closing credit accounts may actually be a bad move — it’s wise to do the numbers with a professional.
Do not close your secured card until you are approved for a new credit card. Once you are approved for your new credit card, call the bank that issued your secured card. Tell them that you are going to close the account unless they convert you to a secured card. It is always worthwhile trying to get the conversion, and here you will be making a threat that you will keep. Because, if they don’t convert your card, you will close it. That means you will likely end up in retention unit.

Write a letter to the specific credit reporting agency that shows the falsehood, whether it is Experian, Equifax, or TransUnion. Explain the mistake and include a copy of the highlighted report along with your documentation. Although certain bureaus now let you submit disputes online, it’s not a bad idea to send this letter by certified mail, and keep a copy for yourself. The reporting agency has 30 days from the receipt of your letter to respond. The Federal Trade Commission provides advice on contacting the credit bureaus about discrepancies. Here are the contact numbers and web sites for the three credit bureaus:
"I consider myself thorough and cautious. Having a MBA and a law degree gives me a little perspective on process and structure of information. I love CCA's program. It provides anyone who's interested in becoming a credit consultant the exact process, forms, letters, knowledge, credentials and simply all that is needed without investing tons of cash. The quality and value of the information is second to none in my opinion; the helpdesk is amazing and is the missing link to advancing in this business too. We added a specialized credit service to our company and paid a lot with another organization, but something was missing. We were not as confident in our knowledge of the process but knew the software well. I realized that basically we were only paying to learn how to use a software program but not provided the total insights truly needed on credit improvement to be as effective. I avoided CCA because the others were much higher and I felt maybe they were better. After completion, I realized that it was a mistake to think this and took a second look at CCA. Just know that they are higher in price because of the cost of the software, not the credit repair information or training. The software was good but I needed to understand the process better and CCA was complete and the helpdesk was simply amazing. We could have save thousands but glad we got on board when we did. We send our team members here to learn the process too. Take my advice and learn the credit repair process first, then get the software of your choice second and not the other way around. Jim of CCA tried to share this with me last year before I made that other purchase, but I chose that software package anyway. I would have chosen differently knowing what I know now. I hope this review helps someone to choose CCA for the credit repair process and training first and buy a software program of your choice second. Thanks CCA." -AJ

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This crash course will teach you what you’ve been trying to figure out for months in less than 1 hour!  The credit bureaus are notorious for claiming to have verified accounts you’ve disputed, or telling you that your dispute is frivolous and they will not investigate it. It’s also hard to understand how to use the consumer protection laws necessary to dispute directly with your creditors.

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