Worried about your current credit situation? Concerned that you’re going to be doomed for the rest of your life because of mistakes you made in the recent past? Don’t be. Know how far back do credit reports go? Your credit report simply serves as a useful guide for lenders to understand what kind of debt history […]
Last December 2018, our team, together with the executives and co-founders, celebrated the holidays with a nigh of fun and glam! As we always say here in The Credit Pros, we are equally committed to improving the lives of our employees. Did you know you why we have been honored by Inc. Magazine as one […]
Our very own founders, Damon DeCresenzo and Jason Kaplan, Esq., will share their knowledge on Strategic Partnership Workshop – Unit Economic Spotlight: Achieving Better Commercial Outcomes Through Partnership on March 4-6. 2019 at the LeadsCon which will be held at The Mirage Las Vegas. Damon and Jason from The Credit Pros are both experts in […]
Credit cards represent a wonderful tool to help you build good credit, but only when they are used properly. Improperly managed credit cards can actually lead to a lot of credit and financial problems including lower credit scores and out-of-control, stressful debt. For this reason our team of credit professionals recommends that you keep your […]
If you have never heard of the term “trended data” before, then you need to pay close attention to this article. This somewhat recent addition (relatively speaking) to your credit reports could have a noteworthy influence over your credit scores and, by extension, your ability to qualify for loans and credit cards in the future. […]
Eric Azcona, a client of TCP has given a testimonial about how The Credit Pros helped improved his credit score tremendously. Eric’s credit score jumped so high, he got approved to buy his first home! We wish you the best of luck, Eric and congratulations!
According to the College Board, the average cost of tuition and fees in the US for the 2015–2016 school year was $32,405 at private colleges and $9,410 for state residents at public colleges. With the median yearly wage per person being $26,695, it comes as no surprise that most people cannot afford to pay for […]