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1 hour credit consulting @ $85 p/hour via online meeting with video and screenshare. This is for individual clients and brokers alike.

For individuals: You will receive a file analysis with an action plan that includes advice on how to improve your credit file.

For brokers: analyze up to 2 files OR business analysis that includes advice on recommended advertising, CRM, website, process or script & closing (not limited to).

If more than 1 hour is required or requested, you will be able to pay for it at the end of the 1st hour.
Requirements: Creditchecktotal.com trial or membership prior to appointment time.

This service is available to prospective and existing clients alike. We will analyze and dive into your credit file together to come up with the perfect plan to catapult you to financial success. You will receive a PDF of the analysis, the action plan we came up with together as well as an estimate for credit repair services if you decide you would like for me to take over the file for you. Payment is required at the commencement of the appointment over the phone.

To make an appointment:
head to expertcreditsweeps.com and click on the blue "schedule an appointment link" at the bottom-right of the screen

Questions? Call us at 845-481-0780

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