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11 Credit Repair Fails That Will Cost You Time & Money

Here’s my “Don’t Do” list based on the conversations I’ve had with you guys in the past 2 weeks! If you would like me to do a “DO do” (haha!) list, let me know in the comments! You can also now access the brand new Credit Repair Dispute Letter & Reason Creator Software at and the 7 Apps for 1 Process Bundle at

Make sure to get a jump on it though, because the 7 apps for 1 is only available for a few days and will NEVER be offered again (this is the 1st and last time)! I’ll also be charging monthly for the dispute letter software after the special launch period, so get a move on!

Credit repair isn’t easy, but it also  shouldn’t be difficult. Especially when you have all the resources and tools available to get the desired results. So, whether you want to buy a new house or that shiny new car, you need to get through the door and the only way to do that is to fix your credit.

Instead of searching on youtube for “how to delete all my accounts in 30 days” or “what’s the best dispute letter template?”, you should be looking at what’s the most effective way to beat the bureaus by playing THEIR game. How’s that done, you ask? Well, that part is easy!

You simply use the tools available to you like the  free dispute letter or cheat sheet downloads or even my paid avenues like the software or apps OR you just watch my videos and use common sense. If you can do that, then you can repair your credit.

This isn’t a sprint, it’s not even a race; it’s a marathon. It’s a process that can take some time but is otherwise faster (legally) than what else is out there and you don’t have to worry about wasting 3-5 years removing negative items from your credit report. You can do nothing and wait out the rest of the years for the negative accounts to fall off naturally, or you can get a move on it and beat the bureaus and their stall tactics.

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