What is a good credit score in this new economy?
Palouse, WA (PRWEB) October 12, 2011
Palouse Credit Consulting, known for its fresh approach credit repair program where you only pay after you see the results, is today announcing their newly released credit repair guide, “Your Credit ... Only Easier.”
“This is a free eBook to help you better understand your credit, and what exactly makes your scores go up or down,” said Grant Presol, credit consultant/owner of Palouse Credit Consulting and creator of the website http://www.thecreditcommunity.com.
Among the contents of this ebook, readers will find information dealing with…
- How to get a truly free credit report
- How to ADD a new trade line
- Credit Report Dispute Strategies, and much more.
Palouse Credit Consulting credit repair program includes credit bureau disputes, as well as comprehensive counseling services. “Our credit repair program is ideal for anyone interested in real, honest and lasting credit improvement,” said Grant.
In a time where Americans are asking “What is a good credit score?” there doesn't seem to be a clear answer. "I've worked with many clients, and the major concern is what is "good enough" when it comes to a credit score? There's no short answer to that question, so I decided to build TheCreditCommunity.com to try and answer that question in detail," explained Grant. "There's too many "too good to be true offers" out there. I wanted to provide a website with free answers, free guidance."
Consumers are looking for answers about their credit in many different industries. The auto industry, mortgage lending industry, even the insurance industries. In some cases, a credit score has an impact on insurance rates or even future employment. "Your credit score is an amazing money saving tool, a wealth building tool, as well as a life building tool. You should learn about it, and utilize it to its fullest." said Grant.
For further information about the advantages of repairing credit scores by yourself, or to get some credit repair guide tips that could help you facilitate repair of credit scores, please contact: Grant Presol, Credit Consultant/Owner, 509-878-1444, grant(at)thecreditcommunity(dot)com, or visit TheCreditCommunity.com.