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fireyone



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Posted on Sun Dec 07, 2008 10:43 pm  

Doc has a website on credit repair that sounds resonable Good Natured. I believe Doc even knows what a great person Cody is. Guess the give each other competion. I still haven't seen the repair cowboy leave any prices..did you try checking out his website?
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Posted on Mon Dec 08, 2008 8:41 pm  

I don't know Cody... I know his boss... His boss is definitely a GREAT guy...

From what I know about their stuff, they charge anywhere from about $650 up... You pay some up front, and then the balance is paid out over about 6 mos... Don't quote me, though... That's a rough estimate...

Their fees are higher than ours, but I can definitely promise that the "naysayers" would be pleased to know that these guys are not one of the "boogey-men" that give my industry a bad name...

I regularly hear complaints from other companies' clients, but never from Cody's... Nor do I think they have ever heard of any from mine...
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fireyone



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Posted on Mon Dec 08, 2008 11:01 pm  

Cody hasn't been looking well to people here because he didn't really post til lately and anyone who had abything to say about him was always pretty much a one time guest. Kind of made him look bad.
Gn I am ssuming Doc has cheaper rates..if your serious why not inquire about it. You could "pm" him on this site and discuss it. I know you have been working hard on your credit and maybe you could get a great price and the experience..then come here and tell us how it worked for you. Just an idea.
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Posted on Tue Dec 09, 2008 8:24 am  

I think you 'nailed it', CODY. 'We' DON'T know which ones are legit or not. I don't want to give companies money out of my pocket and not see ANY resiults. I'm not saying that YOU do that, but, after SOOO many 'negative' reports on alot of them, you can't blame people, on this forum, for being a bit sceptical..can you?
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Posted on Tue Dec 16, 2008 1:28 am  

I was reading an article in the readers about debt settlement companies and how to figure out whos good and bad. I thought wow this wholesituation must be getting out of hand when this magazine runs an article like this. I believe though some one told me their is a big differnce in repair companies and debt settlement companies. Maybe someone could spell out what makes them so different.
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Posted on Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:19 am  

Unless you are a complete idiot who has trouble reading then there is nothing a credit repair company can do for you that you can't do for yourself. Asking a rep from a credit repair company if they can help raise your credit score is kinda like asking the barber if you need a hair cut. I'll even go a step further and tell you how to do it yourself. (Credit repair scammers are crapping in their pants right now) It is very simple. I raised my own score by about 50 points and I started with pretty good credit (670). Okay here is step by step what you need to do.
1) Get a credit report from all 3 agencies.
2) Locate all negative items ie. late pmnts, chargeoffs, collections etc..
3) It doesn't matter if they are correct or not DISPUTE THEM. Some credit reporting agencies let you do this right on line some others make you write to the company yourself but either way DISPUTE THEM.
Thats it not to hard. Even if you get one negative off of your report your score will go up a ton. So there it is don't be stupid and pay someone your hard earn money to do the three easy steps I just described. Really it is truly not that hard to raise your score.
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Posted on Tue Feb 17, 2009 9:16 am  

Yes, I agree with Jason. You can do whatever the credit repair companies can do to improve your credit score. The most interesting fact is that even the FTC in its official website also recommends to repair your own credit. Doing this not only saves your money which would have otherwise gone as fees to the credit repair companies, but also helps you learn the basics of credit.
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Posted on Tue Feb 17, 2009 9:34 am  

Negative items can only be removed from your credit report only if they are not correct. All correct information stays in your report for seven years and six months from the date of your first delinquency towards the debt. However, negative information like hard inquiry can stay in your report for two years and bankruptcy may stay in your report for ten years. If you find a hard inquiry listing in your credit report, you can send a letter to the inquirer asking them to verify your authorization or remove it from your report. You can find sample letters if you visit the link letters of credit
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Subject: repairing credit
 
Posted on Mon Jan 25, 2010 5:01 pm  

I have to respectfully disagree with DOC and what he says about getting to a credit score of around 820.

I'm not sure what my credit score was, but back in the 90's i had numerous credit cards, including department store ones (yikes! - they have the highest interest rates), and i made frequent late payments. as well as late payments on utility company bills. and i had never held a job for longer than about 3 or 4 years (never fired, just wanted more opportunity), being paid at hourly rates. I was always stressed out about money, and couldn't have been a good credit risk. then in about 2002 (after a job loss related to 9/11/01 that lasted about 8 months) i decided to reel it in, learn as much as i could about getting a handle on my credit habits. I got a 3 yr debt consolidation loan at around 18% (which was lower than my highest cc rates) from a credit union, pd off my highest rate credit cards and closed those accounts (mainly the department store cards). then i took what i had been paying on those cards and applied that to the ones still open (about 3 cards at that time), making payments of at least twice the minimum payment. Paid the loan off in 1 1/2 yr. I made the effort to deposit at least $10 - $25 in savings with each paycheck. all the while i tried really hard to curb my spending as well. i made it a game to see how much i could 'pay myself', and indeed the savings started building up (i have about zero in savings). but i always paid credit off first, because why pay interest when i could eventually have that money for myself.

from 2002 to today - i've paid all my credit cards to zero (2 cards only now), paid off all other debt (medical bills mostly) and now have a decent savings. this was very beneficial to me when in 2008 I became unemployed by my employer going out of business. I've had a part time hourly job only for a few months, but just today when I decided to take out a loan to make a big, life-changing purchase - I found I have a credit score of 820. and I'm barely into my 40's in age.

This wasn't magic. This was a very direct effort to educate myself, and to pay myself with my hard earned paychecks rather than give it away to creditors, and to reduce my financial stress. and it took a few years. they don't say 'patience is a virtue' for nothing. honestly - if I can do it, anyone can. because I never thought I could, but I'm living proof.

so good luck to anyone who decides to do this - just keep telling yourself you can do it!
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Posted on Tue Jan 26, 2010 3:26 pm  

I know MY credit score has gone up. I've applied for a CC ($200.00 limit) and received it..with only 9% on it!! Also...I was accepted for a Fingerhut CC. A few years ago, I applied for Fingerhut and was denied. So...I'm feeling pretty 'positive' about my credit now. Yeah...we can all improve our credit ourselves by paying down the debts that we already have.
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