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Interpersonal Credit Repair Phone Consultation
How does the Interpersonal Credit Repair Phone Consultation work?
Our interpersonal credit repair phone consultation works with these 5 easy steps below:
The client will access their reports from the CleanCreditCrew.com
The credit consultant will conduct a thorough overview of all three credit bureau profiles with the client.
The credit consultant will discuss which & how the negative items are negatively impacting the client’s credit reports & scores
Credit consultant & client (Q & A). The client asks a credit consultant specific questions in regard to certain credit situations. A credit consultant provides credit repair solutions for the client’s questions.
The credit consultant will provide the client with an action item list via email to the client in regards to what actions need to be taken to increase the client’s credit scores and profile and estimated repair timeframe.
NOTE: If the client exceeds 30 minutes of consulting he/she will be advised to pay an additional $50 during the call when the first 30 minutes have passed. If the phone consultation lasts longer than an hour the client will receive additional 30-minute increments for $40 per increment.
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Testimonials represent the results of the particular individual and you should not expect the same result because your case is different than everyone else’s. CleanCreditCew.com promises only to communicate with creditors on your behalf and in your name, verify report changes with bureaus, and provide you timely information about changes in your reports. Any credit score improvement seen after using our services is the result of many other additional factors, including: keeping credit balances low, paying bills on time, reducing or eliminating unnecessary inquiries, and developing appropriate types of credit, and sound financial planning.