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Why The Credit Pros?
The Credit Pros has been helping people like you repair their credit score by updating or removing inaccurate items on credit reports for over a decade.
Our commitment is to making sure that everyone has a fair shot at good credit. Founded by a team of credit law experts, The Credit Pros wants to make sure that everyone has access to the same information and can learn what it takes to build good credit for a lifetime.
Not only do we offer credit repair, but we also provide financial and credit education tools and resources to help our clients understand what’s on their report and how their credit score works. With this education and our AI-based credit management tools, our clients can work to take control of their financial future and live a life without credit worries.
With The Credit Pros, you get
Easy-to-read credit reports and personalized score insights
Tools & tips to help you understand your score and take the next step.
Credit Monitoring is Included at No Additional Charge which can help you spot potential identity theft.
One-on-One With a NACSOⒸ Certified Specialist
ID Theft Restoration and Insurance Included
Cease and Desist Letters to Collection Agencies
24/7 Access to Your Client Portal
Debt Validation Letters to Creditors
Goodwill Letters to Creditors
Registered and Bonded
Monthly Plan with Unlimited Dispute Letters Available
What Is A Credit Report?
A credit report is a track record of both your personal and financial credit information. It includes information taken from public records, personal identification and debt information. Your report will show things like your payment history, your debt balances, items in default, items in collections, and who you owe money to.
What Is A Credit Score?
Your credit score is a 3-digit number between 300 and 850 that shows how creditworthy you are. Lenders use your credit score to decide whether or not you qualify for loans. They also use your credit score to determine your interest rate.
Credit scores are calculated using a 5-part formula, calculated based on the following factors: payment history, amounts owed, length of credit history, mix of types of credit, and amount of new credit.