July 30, 2006

Is This Account Re-Aged?


Thanks so much for the great seminar and building me a special access login for a different day than the Saturday seminar. I really appreciate it!

I have a question for you—

I received a copy of my reports and found I have 3 charged off credit card accounts which have been illegally re-aged. A, B and C show dates of 4/06, 4/04 and 2/06, respectively, on accounts that have had NO activity since 2001 or 2002.

I am wondering if I may ask one more thing—

I have entries which are past the 7 year mark– two referencing 8/98 and one referencing 4/99, which should be deleted, PLUS a tax lien which has been released but is showing unreleased.

Thanks very much, in advance, for your support.

All the best,
Nancy (more…)

July 15, 2006

Credit Repair – What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You

Filed under: Credit Repair

The magician waves his wand and an astonished crowd sees a rabbit come out of a hat.  A woman is sawed in half on stage and then magically reappears unscathed.  Whether it is (more…)

July 8, 2006

Teasing Me, Isn’t Pleasing Me

Filed under: Mortgage

Teaser rates on variable mortgage products looked great at the beginning. Borrowers are starting to come out from the effect of the ether and waking up to a rate that is in some cases DOUBLED from where they started. A lender would offer ½% to 1.0% below Prime rate (currently just increased to 8.25%) for say the first six months, then go up, to say, just Prime. There were multiple combinations offered to attract the borrowing public. (more…)

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