Credit Repair and the 30 Day Transformation includes 22 ways to dramatically increase your credit score and sample letters for removing negative marks.
Imagine your entire life's credit performance reduced to a three digit number.
You do not have to imagine it because it is real and chances are right at this moment, three credit agencies are now adding all your balances in your credit cards, computing all your unpaid mortgages, and counting all days of delayed payments.
This is why credit repair is a vital necessity for your financial reputation. Banks, creditors, and other financial institutions usually start assessing your application for loans using your credit score. In turn, the score is generated by your credit report. The report is generated by your creditors. Increasing your credit score and removing negative records cannot be done overnight. Most of the steps are easier said than done for other individuals struggling with the timely payments of debts. Although payment history has the heaviest weight in your overall financial score and has the greatest potential in repairing your credit reputation, it is not the only solution.
By listening to Credit Repair and the 30 Day Transformation, you will learn:
In the end, the goal of the repair and transformation is to make it as close as possible to reflecting your true financial performance. The report and score are meant to provide you access to the finances that you can safely and properly manage.
©2015 Brandon Moxx (P)2015 Brandon Moxx
really good book, I will share with my family and friends. ...good information, must get
I have listened and read many credit repair books. This one had aome of the standard information but a few new tricks suggested. Overall worth it and good book.
I would recommend this audiobook to anyone seeking insight to and guidance on healthy credit management. You may want to rehear this text a few times in order to take notes and draft a plan of implementation. Best of luck.
this book really helped me understand what goes into credit scores. It also helped me understand how much money a good credit score can save. Finally I like the fact that it pointed to practical things that I can do to improve my credit score or to get help doing so.
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