Credit after Bankruptcy?
Credit Repair for Bankruptcy Clients
One of my client’s biggest concerns is: How does a bankruptcy affect their credit?
In todays world having good credit is required to move forward and be successful.
A credit report has two main purposes:
- Provide Information about credit accounts, judgments, liens, court records and you personally; and,
- Provide a Credit Score to creditors.
Even though bankruptcy Information will remain on a credit report for 10 years, it only affects the Credit Score for a short period of time.
Getting to a 720 Credit Score is what matters, not the Information about the bankruptcy.
If a client takes immediate steps to start rebuilding their credit score after a bankruptcy, they can see a 720 credit score 12 to 24 months after their bankruptcy has been discharged.
I have researched what it takes to get to a 720 Credit Score the quickest and I found the best credit repair program out there.
After testing the program, I learned that people who have been through720CreditScore.com’s credit repair program(7 Steps to a 720 Credit Score) have 720 credit scores as quickly as twelve months after a bankruptcy.
And the company guarantees a 720 credit score within 24 months of beginning the program.
Yes, FREE OF CHARGE.
With these kinds of results, I decided to buy the program for every single one of our bankruptcy clients. To gain access to this amazing credit building program, at the discount or free of charge, call me today to schedule an appointment.
There’s no faster way to build credit after a bankruptcy than through The Law Offices of Kirsten B. Ennis and www.720CreditScore.com.