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What's the skinny? What can REALLY be deleted?

Alright guys, I am getting the same questions over and over again. So what I am going to do is post this for you so that it is publicly out there:

What can REALLY be deleted?

We remove (not limited to):
• Collections
• Late payments
• Charge-offs
• Incorrect balances
• Foreclosures
• Repossessions
• Garnishments
• Unauthorized inquiries
• Bankruptcies
• Liens
• Incorrect personal data
I added "not limited to" because there are some items that do not fall into any of the categories. We have a very simple rule to follow. If it does not fall under one of the following situations, we ARE able to remove it. Permanently. It will not be ghosted, and will not report again. 
100% negative item deletion and inquiries
Restrictions: child support, tax liens (unless paid or payment arrangement with proof) and foreclosures in process.
Certain items do take longer than others, such as judgments and bankruptcies. By law, we cannot tell you how long it will take to delete any specific item, but with persistence, our program DOES work!
Let me know what questions you have:


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