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How much does credit repair cost?

Discussion in 'Credit repair & credit score' started by greg001, Nov 24, 2015.

  1. greg001

    greg001 New Member

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    Just in case a free credit repair software won't do the job, how much does it cost to have your credit repaired? Is it a lot?
     
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    This is a complicated question, because the true cost of bad credit is more than what it appears to be.
    I'm in the same boat as you are, trying to repair my credit score, and so far I've came to the general conclusion that it costs a lot! Most credit repair companies that offer credit repair services will charge an average of $100 /month (this is more or less, depends on your specific needs).
     
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    You could also try to repair your credit for free. It'll take a lot of time though, that's why these credit repair companies can afford to ask for such high fees to help you out!
     
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    I'm not entirely sure how dos credit repair work, but I suggest you opt for paying-per-deletion, if possible. This means you don't pay a monthly fee until the credit repair company says they've successfully removed the negative info from your credit report, but you pay AFTER the company gets the job done. This option sounds a lot safer to me!
     

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