Sometimes all people need is a little help, says Wilcox. We educate them on how to build and maintain good credit.
Danielson, CT (PRWEB) February 16, 2011
By educating consumers and partnering with retail vendors and mortgage professionals, one company has found a way to help people move quickly toward financial health.
When credit is tight, everybody hurts. It’s a simple economic fact. People have difficulty climbing out of bad credit situations, and retailers have fewer customers—it’s the classic “catch-22.” However, given the right tools to establish and/or repair credit, both businesses and consumers can move toward healthier finances.
Created by long-time mortgage professional Keith Wilcox, the Credit SuperStore, is an online credit-repair program that gives consumers and businesses a way to reverse the cycle of poor credit. The innovative new program also helps brand new consumers establish good credit habits right from the start.
“Sometimes all people need is a little help,” says Wilcox. “We educate them on how to build and maintain good credit, and we’ve partnered with a number of retail stores that have agreed to extend credit and report the payment history to major credit bureaus. It’s up to the consumer to make sure they keep their payment record very clean—but we can often start to improve credit scores within 6-12 months.”
The Credit SuperStore not only helps get consumers on their feet—it also helps partner businesses fill their sales funnels with qualified prospects at no cost. “We don’t charge for leads,” says Wilcox. “We only charge a small finder’s fee for traffic that converts to sales—which can be much less expensive than traditional advertising methods.”
The Credit SuperStore also works with mortgage professionals like realtors, banks and lending companies. Instead of turning away a customer who currently doesn’t qualify, mortgage professionals refer those clients to the Credit SuperStore to help them build the kind of credit that makes them a better risk to the mortgage industry. Once their score is improved, the mortgage company receives an email alert to follow up with the customer.
The rough economy has created a credit crisis for consumers, retailers and mortgage professionals. However, Wilcox hopes that by partnering with businesses to help people climb out of credit misery, everybody wins—and we can reverse the “credit catch-22.”
For more information on the Credit SuperStore, visit http://www.creditsuperstore.com.
The Credit SuperStore