A One Stop Financial Solution
Amy Wright, 34, was extatic when her realtor showed her the three bedroom townhome overlooking the lushious golf course. It was exactly the home she was looking for. The interior was sunny and bright, with a newly remodeled kitchen, spacious bedrooms, and the perfect little study area to set up her new home office. It had a spectacular pool and a lovingly tended flower garden. Best of all-the seller had to move immediately, so the home was a steal and miraculously within her budget! Amy was already making moving preparations when suddenly, a devastating blow paralyzed her plans. Her credit application for a mortgage had been denied. She couldn't understand how this had happened-just a year ago, her credit had been almost perfect! The last year had been a little tight, and sure she had a few late payments here and there?but she had no idea it was so bad that now she couldn't even get the home of her dreams.
Ms. Wright found herself in the predicament that hundreds of thousands of Americans are suddenly finding themselves stuck in: more debt than they can handle, a sinking credit score, and all of their financial dreams slipping away. With no chance of getting approved for a loan, more bills than a paycheck can manage, and collection agencies hounding delinquent borrowers with phone calls, it is no wonder that financial problems are a top cause for anxiety, stress-related insomnia, and even divorce. Many American consumers don't know where to turn when their financial problems get out of hand, and don't know how to battle such corporate giants as major credit card companies or credit bureaus to start making their credit wrongs right. To make matters worse, all kinds of internet scams, fraudulent credit repair companies, and money-hungry "debt relief" programs have made consumers wary of turning anywhere for help.
Amidst all of these truly leery companies, however, there are a select few that can genuinely assist their customers in climbing out of debt, and directing them towards the financial solutions they desperately need. One such company is Credit MD, a company that has earned its reputation by handling its customers with honesty, sincerity, and expertise. You can immediately distinguish Credit MD from the many illegitimate credit repair companies out there because they never make false promises that hey cannot keep. The credit specialists at Credit MD have been trained to be clear and distinct about exactly what options are available to their clients, and what kind of success they can expect.
Credit MD, a credit specialist will assist customers in selecting an appropriate financial option, even if the customer has no idea where to start. After a thorough consultation, the credit specialist works with the customer to come up with a uniquely tailored financial solution that will help restore the customer's credit. As an affiliate company with many other lenders and credit services, Credit MD, offers a full array of credit options for customers that are in desperate need of financial relief. Among these options are sub-prime personal and business loans, credit cards, credit repair services, and debt consolidation and settlement plans.
The loans and credit cards Credit MD offers are specifically designed for customers with less than perfect credit. Getting approved through these lenders presents customers with the opportunity to start rebuilding good credit. Many customers can get approvals through Credit MD's affiliate lenders even if they were denied by other companies on the internet.
A recent study found that more than 3 in 5 consumers have negative information in their credit report, and nearly half of the studied reports contained errors. Many of the errors were serious enough to prevent the individual from qualifying for credit! To further entrap customers suffering from such erroneous credit reporting, dozens of highly dishonest "credit repair" agencies have reared their heads across the country. Dan Walsh was one their victims. "They told me they would make my credit perfect, and take all of the negative items off", he said. Instead, he got charged almost $5,000 with very little change to his report. Many of these credit agencies employ inexperienced associates and charge exorbitant fees to desperate customers. Credit MD has a fully experienced attorney that works on their credit repair cases. All of this is done at an astonishingly low cost, and absolutely free in some cases. There is never an up front cost to the customer, a feature that few, if any other credit repair companies can match. In fact, Credit MD refuses to even take cases unless they genuinely feel that they can significantly help the customer. Now that's credibility.
For customers sinking in debt, bankruptcy often seems like the only resort. But sometimes a last minute debt consolidation or debt settlement can save the deep impact the damages from a bankruptcy can cause. Credit MD assists customer in exploring these options, as well as several others, such as home improvement loans and home equity lines. Although there are many other companies on the web offering similar services, beware of internet scams and companies that ask for upfront payments or credit card information.
Even if you just want to know what your credit report has to say about you, Credit MD is an excellent financial resource for any customer seeking to explore their financial options or seek debt relief. Credit MD outshines its competition with premier customer service. They don't have annoying automated telephone systems, or lengthy hold times. It is easy to get in touch with an enthusiastic credit specialist promptly-a huge relief in today's busy world. With so many online scams, it's important to know a company that has qualifications and a reputation you can trust. For more information, call Credit MD at 1-877-512-7334 or visit their website at www.creditmd.com
Sakina Walsh is a current Credit Analyst that has been working in the financial sector for several years. Her experience includes banking, investments, mortgages, and sub prime lending, and is finally combining this knowledge in the credit counseling industry.
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You may be thinking, "Gary, I am a mom, housewife, or stay-at-home dad, so why do I need to know how to negotiate effectively?"
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