Launches Nationwide Credit Score Economic Recovery Initiative

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Provides Important Information for Those Dealing With a Default or Bankruptcy

The AAA Credit Guide

We hope that our economic recovery initiative truly makes a difference in peoples’ lives.

It’s been a tough few years for households all over the nation. With the focus turning toward an economic recovery, people who are dealing with a default or bankruptcy are looking to repair their credit reports. Today, announced a major economic recovery initiative to help Americans rebuild their credit scores.

“We are excited to be launching this major economic stimulus project to help people all over the country rebuild their credit history and get out in the market again after bankruptcy, foreclosure or other financial issues,” said Brad Hanks with “Our website is the one-stop destination to learn all the information needed to help heal the nation’s consumer credit history.” is a complete resource for people looking to reestablish their credit after facing bankruptcy or other credit issues due to the economic downturn. Among the numerous resources are links to credit repair letter information and an extensive guide to credit reports.

“People are concerned today with moving past their recent financial issues and getting back into position to someday buy a brand new home or get a credit card again,” Hanks said. “Access to credit will be an important step towards helping our nation recover and eventually help the housing market get back on its feet.”

The website also offers free information about managing your debt; a guide to different credit cards and important information about planning for bankruptcy.

“We are a great resource for free financial planning and for people who want to learn more about using credit,” Hanks said. “We hope that our economic recovery initiative truly makes a difference in peoples’ lives.”

For more information about, or to check out free information about improving your credit score and history, please visit the website at

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