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Phoenix is the Valley of the Sun but everyone experiences shady times when it comes to credit. Strong credit is a critical part of a bright financial present and future. Just like finding an oasis in the Arizona desert, working with the right company for credit repair in Phoenix can be a blessing. But be careful. Most companies do nothing but send out monthly disputes – and they’ll leave you burned and dry.
But here’s the thing: You can send dispute letters yourself!
At White, Jacobs and Associates we take things to another level instead of doing what 99% of credit repair companies do.
Traditional companies offer traditional credit repair (the 100-bucks-a-month guys) for Phoenix inhabitants, but White, Jacobs & Associates (WJA) offers an aggressive alternative to the traditional credit repair methods with our unique process. We pride ourselves in the experience from our investigative research team which is backed by an in-house attorney. Even the trickiest of credit issues can be addressed because of our level of customization. Plus, you’ll work one-on-one with an expert credit analyst throughout the whole program to answer your questions and keep you up-to-date on progress.
Life comes with ups and downs. With credit scores, the downs can have a severe impact. Losing your job. Going through a divorce. Experiencing a major illness or medical emergency. Issues with your student loans. Poor financial decisions from the past. Identity theft. Incorrect profile information being reported at the credit bureaus.
All of these impact your credit score. And it’s a domino effect from there. Bad credit scores can keep you from getting approved for a mortgage, refinance, and big purchases. Low credit scores will also restrcit your ability to secure good interest rates on loans, credit cards, and other investments. Given that a small increase in interest rates can mean thousands of dollars in the long run – having bad credit is literally costing you way too much.
In short, we deal with pretty much everything. The most common items we see are collections, charge-offs (delinquent credit card balances), late payments, repossessions, late student loan payments, inquiries, incorrect profile information, identify theft – and public records like bankruptcies, foreclosures, tax liens, and more.
Chances are, any combination of the items mentioned above are hurting your scores. By taking a close look at your credit reports, we can help you figure out if credit repair is a good option or not. That’s one thing about our program. We don’t want you to sign up unless we feel there’s a great chance for success.
Everything we do to delete negative and inaccurate items from your credit report is legal. We just do it more aggressively compared to a run-of-the-mill company. We use laws that protect you, the consumer, to attack everything on all three of your credit reports. We utilize the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), Fair Credit Billing Act (FCBA), Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA), and HIPPA laws.
Our priority is to get your buying power back by removing negative/inaccurate items from your report. It’s that simple. And yes, we do other things to improve your credit situation, but our mission is, and will always be, to change your life through credit.
Our investigative research team (IR) and our in-house lawyer provide the force behind the first method – using custom audits to remove negative/inaccurate items from your report. Once we decide that you are a good candidate for the program, we don’t waste any time in going after everything on your credit reports. The second way to increase your credit score is by adding positive credit. Your personal credit analyst will coach you on adding positive trade-lines. Doing this can increase your score significantly. A combination of credit strategies is the best way to approach credit restoration so that’s exactly what we do.
You may be curious about how we’re different from other companies.
If you go online and start looking for credit repair, you’ll be overwhelmed with options. Most of these companies are doing the same thing – which is sending out a few dispute letters on a monthly basis. Again – you could do this yourself! These companies lack urgency to get results because the longer you pay the ongoing monthly fee, the more money they make! They do not take the time to actually AUDIT creditors in the 3rd and 4th round. Restoring credit is a complex process, but we do our best to simplify it. The main responsibility of our IR (Investigative Research) team is to strategically reply to responses from creditors. Furthermore, don’t have access to an in-house law firm.
Traditional credit repair companies (we call them the “100-bucks-a-month” guys) will keep you on the hook for as long as possible – with poor to mediocre results. We often get clients come to us from companies like Lexington Law because they are looking for a more aggressive approach.
Our program lasts a maximum of 6 months. Clients typically start to see results as soon as 30-45 days into the process. If you want a better idea of what to expect for your specific situation, just give us a call. We offer a no-cost credit review and consultation.
Right from the start, you’ll speak with one of our professional credit analysts and they’ll be your guide through the entire program. For whatever the reason, your credit score is not where it needs to be. It’s time to call in the professionals, as you can’t keep living the way you do. You need a knowledgeable company with an in-house attorney to help you with creditors that will not listen to the little guy. You need more than generic dispute letters to the bureaus, which you can do yourself. WJA knows the ins and outs of Phoenix credit repair and will work with you to reach your short-term and long-term financial goals.
You need your buying power back. We want to help you. Let’s get the conversation started.
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