Entries by Credit Law Center

Why You Should Hire a Law Firm for Credit Repair

Why Consumers Hire a Law Firm For Credit Repair There is a major difference between what a credit repair company can do versus what a law firm specializing in credit repair can.  What you may find even more interesting is that a consumer can actually do more than what a credit repair company will. A…

Credit and Collections: Your Guide to Better Credit

Credit and Collections There are many misconceptions about how a collection could impact a credit score. Often times we have clients that think their scores should be higher and have collection companies calling and breathing down their back about paying a collection. They may even promise that if the collection is paid, it will help…

We Want Financial Freedom For You

Everyone is in search of financial freedom and what steps they need to take to be set for life. As a Credit Repair company we put realistic plans in place for clients that are trying to get back on the right track.  The number one question our credit advisors are asked is: “How long will…

Does unemployment affect my credit?

Does unemployment affect my credit? Unfortunately job loss is something many American’s experience in their lifetime. The loss of a job means financial hardships, which directly affects our consumer’s credit. Here is what you need to know about how job loss can affect your credit scores. Loss of Savings: Money that was saved for emergency…

Is DIY Credit Repair Right For Me?

We live in a world where people have a do it yourself mindset. They are ready to get back on track and they want the DIY way to go about it. Though it isn’t the fastest way to work, we still encourage clients to do what works best for them. At Credit Law Center we have…

Credit 101-What You May Not Know About Your Credit

Credit 101 Janna Fox (Director of Business Development) and Breana Washington (Marketing and Media Manager) chat about common questions consumers ask about credit repair and what myths there are about credit scores.  Credit Law Center educates consumers and encourages them to know their rights, and be more informed about the credit world.   For more information…