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150-Pt Credit Score Increase in 4 Rounds! | Credit Sweep Proof

If you'd like to check out the slide deck, you can do that using the long link below. This video was created to give you encouragement at a time of attempted consumer disempowerment from the credit bureaus, banks and collectors. It's also a great way change for me to show you this works, just because! MANY of my clients receive results like the ones you're about to see in this video. However, it takes a lot of work and most certainly patience to achieve this. Anyone can increase their credit scores - but do you really want to give up years of your life chasing the wrong methods? If not, watch my videos or get on a call with me to see what I can do for you. It doesn't matter what you're disputing - as long as it is not child support or foreclosures in-process, you have the chance of removal. This means charge-offs, collections, student loans, public records like bankruptcies, inquiries, late payments, short sales, etc. all have the possibility of removal. It HAS to be done the right way, though. This is why I create these videos and give you the documentation and breakdowns - so that you can find your vehicle that'll deliver you to the right destination. I'll include 3 links for you - diy credit repair awesomeness, dfy (done-for-you) credit sweep discovery call, and slide deck access link. DYI credit sweep tutorials: DFY Discovery Call: Video slide deck:


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