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SCOTT LETOURNEAU -
A 700 PLUS CREDIT SCORE MAY NOT BE GOOD ENOUGH!
With the US economy struggling, continued foreclosures and repercussions of the entire subprime meltdown it is more important than ever before to have the latest and more accurate information on how to maximize your credit score and credit rating!
It is rare, we find a true expert on the subject that can slice through all the misinformation (perhaps a lot you have been exposed to) and give you the facts and strategies on what you really must do to repair, improve and put your credit in a position to leverage opportunities years to come. Keep in mind a 700 plus credit score may not be good enough. There are several other factors within that score to maximize your opportunities.
When it comes to the most important issue of credit and your credit score, there are powerful options available to you and top ranked attorney Ed Garrett and his company, Credit Improvers, Incorporated can help you like no one else can.
Why continue to be held down by inaccurate credit scores, slow pays, judgments, collections, repossessions, charge offs, tax liens or even bankruptcy?
Regardless of what you have been told, you have rights and remedies assured to you under the little known statute called the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Credit Improvers' licensed and bonded credit improvement program is uniquely designed and provides fully compensated and licensed attorneys on your behalf. Ed Garrett, Jr. forcefully and effectively utilizes this important Federal statute to protect your legal rights. They know it works. It has for well over a decade. And they back it up with a 100% Money Back Guarantee.
Never before has all this information been revealed in one place at one time! You may have heard bits and pieces, but this is the inside track to what you must do with the credit bureaus today!
Here are the details for the call:
Tuesday, April 8th at 6 pm PDT/9 pm EDT I, Scott Letourneau, CEO of Nevada Corporate Planners, Inc., will interview Ed Garrett, Jr., President of Credit Improvers, Inc.