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Credit Sweeps - The Best Time to Fix Your Credit | Change For Success

Let's face it - change is scary. One of the most common ways that we hold ourselves back from success is FEAR of success (as crazy as that sounds). We change when we're ready to - whether it be leaving our current jobs, bad relationships, addictions or cleaning up messes we've made with our credit. One of the ways that I help my clients is by mental preparation and habit transformation. In other words: you know you have to fix your credit, it's not overnight and it most definitely a process, but this process is absolutely life-changing and will give you everything you've been working your entire life for. Look, credit sweeps are really difficult to do and we have to take a lot of grief from the credit bureaus, but on the other side is financial confidence and a life free from the chains of bad credit. If you're looking for free tools, tutorials and step-by-step info, check out the Subscriber Hub at You can even get signed up for Letterfy180, which is a credit repair software (or app) that let's you create an unlimited number of dispute letters with tons of built-in options. It even saves you 92.5% of the time that it takes to write a dispute letter yourself as well as lets you avoid all of the common credit repair pitfalls. Alternately, if you would like to see if it would be a good fit for me to do your credit sweep for you, you can book a call with me at


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