Isn’t it time you fixed your credit?

23 05 2011

A low credit score can raise the price you pay for almost everything: cars, homes, insurance, and anything bought on credit.  Over a lifetime, it can easily add up to an extra $500,000 dollars that you may pay for the same items, the same lifestyle, just with higher interest rates due to poor credit.

And you’re not alone.  Studies have shown that 75% of all people’s credit reports have errors that may reduce their scores.  Luckily, I know a team that can help.  I get solicited by credit repair companies all the time, but I only recommend Continental Credit, and here is why:

They are honest, professional, and very cheap.   While other companies charge $700-$1000 up front before they even begin working, Continental Credit gives you a $100 discount on their lifetime membership (only $88 instead of the normal $188), and they only cost $39 per month.  You can start and stop when ever you’d like with no penalties or extra charges.

Here’s how to sign up with them:

  1. Go to http://www.continentalcreditonline.com/index.html
  2. Or call (866) 488-2066 and ask for Will, Sebastien, or Kadow.

They will let you know exactly what they can do, how long it will take, and your estimated credit score.  As always, I am here to help you finance your life in the way that brings you life– so you can spend that extra $500,000 on what is really important to you.

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2 responses

24 05 2011
theallengroup

Wow!! That’s a lot of money over time! Thanks for sharing a great resource for credit repair, that’s a low price to pay to save that much money in the long run!

25 05 2011
wilhelmkoenig

Glad to help. Thanks for the note!

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