Our pricing is simple…you pay for what you receive, meaning that when our company gets an account improved or deleted there is a charge. If we don’t, then no money is due for that account.
Pay Per Delete
Audit Fee: Individual $399 Couple – $499
The Audit Fee is compiled of information about YOUR credit report, scores and accounts. We go over your credit reports line by line, reviewing every bit of information available. We use this information to get accounts reporting 100% correctly or get the account or collection deleted. Consumers have the right, under federal laws, to have your credit reports report only accurate information regarding each and every account, both the good and bad ones.
The Audit takes much time and is the foundation for successful credit repair. We do NOT charge you until this has been completed, which means that we guarantee that we do not charge for services until AFTER they have been performed. Audits can be accessed in client’s online private credit portals that we provide to each client.
We work on all or most of the accounts from the very first month. We are able to get your credit repaired quicker and rebuild credit even sooner. This is great for people who need to move forward as quickly as possible.
Prices are for each deletions or improvements for each credit reporting agency. Not all creditors report account to all three credit reporting agencies. That means a collection may only be reporting to one or two credit reporting agencies.
Personal Information: $10 deleted or updated (Included with Fast Track at no additional cost)
Inquiries: $10 (Included with plan)
Standard accounts or collections: $50
Collections with balance under $100: $25 (Included with Fast Track at no additional cost)
Public Record: $150
Late payments: $25 (Included with Fast Track at no additional cost)
Unpaid rents: $150
Continue reading for detailed information on how we charge.
The cost of an average Chapter 7 bankruptcy is $1,500. and it’s reported to the credit reporting agencies for 10 years. Most of our clients pay less than, or no more than, $1,500 and their credit is repaired. Can you afford to file bankruptcy, pay higher interest rates and fees on cars, loans and credit cards while waiting 10 years for the public record to be removed from your credit reports? When you consider the cost of bankruptcy vs real credit repair, the choice is simple.
It is not uncommon that paid collections reporting on your credit report will
actually lower your credit score.
Step 2. Contact us, provide your login information and we will review and discuss our services with you. As you can see above, the fees are simple.