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Fastest Pubic Record Deletion Secrets Revealed! for a consultation! Yes, I'm giving you my secrets to deleting public records: bankruptcies, judgements, tax liens, child support and criminal records. Why? (Cuz I feel like it).Reports are from Credit Check Total, but you'll find inaccurate public record info on other sites such as and reports. Other companies won't show you their process or what to look for to remove negative items, but there's no other credit repair service like mine. I want you to be informed to help yourself, and if you come to me with only 1 account to delete, I won't take the case anyways. If that's the case, you more than likely only need a little guidance and not a credit sweep or credit report done by a company.

What it boils down to is knowing how an account is SUPPOSED to report to be able to delete it because you know that it's not accurate.

Q: Is it guaranteed to remove judgements/tax liens/evictions?

A: I've only run into a few cases where an item couldn't be removed doing this and had to make complaints, send proof or otherwise use a different technique

Q: Is this guaranteed to remove bankruptcies?

A: I used to remove bankruptcies in as little as 5 days using this method, but the became more difficult a few years ago, BUT this still removes them  for my current clients. Bankruptcies are the most difficult to remove and can take some time, even while proving they're wrong, but that's where complaints with the CFPB, AG, FTC, etc. come in. I'll have another video that shows the other methods for removing bankruptcies soon.

If you still need help and don't know what to do (and have more than 1 account to delete), you may schedule a free consultation for credit sweep services at


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