Buy The Attorney’s Guide to Credit Repair

There is an easy to use guide to credit repair. Get it, Follow the program, and you will increase your credit score.

I’ve been a bankruptcy attorney for over 25 years and when it comes to credit, I’m the Credit-Reaper. Good Credit is your collateral damage. I ruin credit for a living in my Bankruptcy Practice.

So, after the the bankruptcy laws changed back in 2005, when no one thought they could file bankruptcy, I didn’t get a single call from a client for six months. My credit was in the pit of despair, or dis-repair. For us, the bankruptcy attorneys of America, the Great Recession started on October 17th, 2005, the day after the new bankruptcy reforms took effect. 

Financially devastated, my credit was ruined and so was I. But once the Great Recession got under way for everyone else, and I was financially saved, my credit was still destroyed. I had money and no way to spend it. My wife found a few ways to do it, but I couldn’t buy a house or a new car, (not with an interest rate that I felt I deserved at least). So, I did what most people do, I looked up several credit repair services, interviewed a few and then paid one good money to repair my bad credit.

It cost about an average bankruptcy which struck me as par for the course, paying to have good credit what I charged people to give them the ultimate in bad credit. And for that small pile of money, they agreed to repair my credit. Great, I handed over the money and then a little while later, we went in to sign some paperwork. 

The paperwork consisted in a bunch of letters, from me, mind you, not from my credit repair attorney, disputing everything in my credit reports that had impaired my credit scores. Once I saw those letters and how they were written, I realized that I could have done all of those letters myself without much difficulty; but if only I had the time to do the research to figure out exactly how to write those letters on my own. 

I hadn’t had any idea that the process was going to be as simple as it was. I was wholly annoyed at how little work it might have been for me to look it up on my own. I’m an attorney so that was something that I was good at to begin with. Nevertheless, as an attorney, I had just barely enough time to brush my teeth let alone learn a new area of law. Figuring it out would have required digging into code sections of the federal codes that I hadn’t been familiar with at that time.

Before I saw those letters I was signing, it sounded like a lot of work to figure it all out. It turned out though, that it really wasn’t. 

Even worse, I happened to notice, on top of a paralegal’s desk . . . as I was heading for the restroom, a handy dandy guide to create those dispute letters (among many other forms of credit repair). Let’s just say that the guide on her desk had a catchy name. The guide-book comes with templates and instructions that explain exactly what I would have needed to do in order to repair my own credit. If I’d found that guide first, I wouldn’t have had to spend thousands to repair my credit. Yes, there is a small fee for the guide book, but you can afford it.

The cost of the guide is less than a Starbucks per day for a month. 

Get the same Guide, Follow the program, and you will increase your credit score.

And yes, I do get paid a small commission for referring you to the same credit repair guide that the pros use. And yes, of course you should buy it.

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