Pleasant Grove, UT (PRWEB) October 11, 2012
In the last 3 months BestCreditRepairCompanys.com has made a strategic initiative toward reviewing more credit repair agencies than ever before. This is largely due to the ever increasing number of review requests they have been receiving from their user base. "We are getting several dozen requests per week into our review department requesting the review of various organizations both large and small," said PR Director Michael Bratton. "Many of these companies we have never before heard of until the requests come in."
Launched in early April of this year, the BCRC team had planned to use the review site to review only the largest organizations in the credit repair industry in order to help consumers have a more consolidated and simple resource to reference to. Since then their strategy has clearly changed.
"Thanks to great insights from our user base, we now realize that many consumers are looking to credit repair organizations that are local to them," said PR Director Michael Bratton. "There is a huge need that we are helping fulfill by reviewing these local agencies."
All 56 companies that have been reviewed are held to the same standards when it comes to a company’s track record, background, and levels of customer satisfaction. The BCRC team also ranks each company based on a proprietary 9-point ranking criteria that includes:
- Time in Business
- Registered with the US Dept. of Justice
- BBB Rating
- Guarantees and Warranties
- Negative Reputation
- Customer Reporting Features
- Site Security
- User Rankings/Reviews
Each data point is weighted with a percentage weight that affects the company's overall score.
Each company is evaluated in a summary detailing the "good", "the bad", and the "bottom line." This section gives an indication of each credit repair company's strong points and not-so strong points, as well as the final thoughts of BCRC's editor Jane Kingsley.
"It's our hope that we can create a competitive playing field where smaller credit repair agencies can compete with the larger ones," stated PR Director Michael Bratton. "It appears to be working."