Because we are a consumer-based economy, credit repair can be a driving engine in an economic recovery. If the U.S. is going to get spending again as the jobs come back, we need consumers that have good credit.
Tempe, Ariz. (PRWEB) October 10, 2011
Financial website AAACreditGuide.com delivers consumers up-to-date resources and helpful tips about everything from credit scores to bankruptcy and credit repair.
“We are consumers just like you,” said Chane Steiner, founder of AAACreditGuide.com. “That’s why we’re providing quality advice about credit reports, credit cards and everything else in the world of credit.”
The economic recovery remains uncertain for households that saw their finances deteriorate during the recession. AAACreditGuide.com provides resources to those who can’t qualify for a loan because of bad credit.
“Because we are a consumer-based economy, credit repair can be a driving engine in an economic recovery. If the U.S. is going to get spending again as the jobs come back, we need consumers that have good credit. What sets AAACreditGuide apart is that we have compiled a lot of great information about improving credit in one place,” Steiner explained. “We won’t recommend any service unless we have vetted them, and we will help you without the hidden games and misleading come-ons that consumers have come to expect.”
Along with a blog and credit forum, AAACreditGuide.com provides free credit repair letters, tips for obtaining credit cards and information about debt consolidation and removing bankruptcies from credit scores.
Before visiting AAACreditGuide.com, Utah resident Ryan Hal Marchbanks said he thought he would have to wait seven years to remove a bankruptcy from his credit report. Marchbanks said he didn’t have insurance and filed bankruptcy when his medical bills became more than he could handle.
Within several months of filing, AAACreditGuide.com referred Marchbanks to a service that was able to remove his bankruptcy from a major credit bureau report.
“It was a big deal. It’s huge,” he said. “They definitely have a good program. They get results.”
Marchbanks said he encountered some shady credit repair companies before getting information from AAACreditGuide.com.
“It’s the right fix,” Marchbanks said.
For consumers who are delinquent on bills, AAACreditGuide.com has advice for dealing with pushy collection agencies. Unscrupulous collectors are called out on the blog, which also keeps readers aware of their rights when dealing with debt collectors.
The website has up-to-date information about changes to the bankruptcy laws and a step-by-step guide to improving credit scores.
According to Steiner, AAACreditGuide.com has helped match clients with services that, in 2010 alone, collectively removed more than 1 million negative items from credit reports, including late payments, bankruptcies and charge offs.
“The question of whether repairing your credit or correcting errors on your credit report is legal or illegal is one that is presented to me on a regular basis,” said John C. Heath, a Lexington Law attorney who works with AAACreditGuide.com. “Once and for all I’d like to say it is legal. You can dispute items on your credit report.”
Henry Constante of Oakley, Calif., said his score was a lowly 527 before he sought help repairing his credit.
Today his credit score is 647, Constante said.
“You can have the worst possible credit you could think of, I know, I had that,” he said. “Lexington Law gave me that hope that hey, you can do something about this.”
AAACreditGuide.com is a consumer advocacy website that specializes in providing free information about consumer credit, debt relief and bankruptcy solutions. AAACreditGuide.com supports a growing credit forum community and provides answers to tough consumer credit questions.