You Are More Than Your Credit Score

by Scott F. Bocchio on Aug. 17, 2020

Bankruptcy & Debt Credit & Debt 

Summary: We understand that things happen in life, however, the majority of lenders, credit card companies, landlords, and employers simply do not care about the reasons why you have ruined you credit.

A great deal of things in life are based on credit and credit scores. In essence, your credit scores help lenders determine if they want to lend you money, and if so at what interest rate. The same thing holds true for credit card companies. Even a potential landlord or employer will most likely ask to pull your credit before approving you for an apartment or for a job. It may feel as if you are simply a number that appears on a piece of paper or a computer screen. The truth is you are more than a number. You are more than your credit score. 

 

People with bad credit have a reason for it. Things happen in life. You may have lost your job, and couldn’t afford your bills. That led to late and missed payments that drove down your credit scores. Maybe you or someone that you love experienced an illness that took up your time, efforts, and money. That could also lead you to make late payments, or miss payments altogether. You may have even messed up your credit when you were younger because you didn’t know better, and nobody taught you how to handle your finances. We all make mistakes. We are human after all. 

 

We understand that things happen in life, however, the majority of lenders, credit card companies, landlords, and employers simply do not care about the reasons why you have ruined you credit.  They only care about the numbers. It is a cold, hard truth, but that is the world we live in. That means you need to fix your credit in order to get ahead in life. So how do you fix your credit? Although it may sound like something that is next to impossible to accomplish, the good news is that there’s a reliable solution. That solution is called credit repair, and we are here to help you with that. 

 

Credit repair is a way to raise your credit scores. It is the way out of having bad credit. You will no longer need to live with all of the negative aspects that are associated with having less than perfect. When your credit reaches a certain point, it opens up the doors to being approved for mortgages, loans, credit cards, apartments, and jobs. We simply can’t wait for you to see the difference it will make in your life. You will be pleasantly surprised with how much better things will be.  

 

If you are simply sick and tired of having bad credit and need some help getting it fixed, please contact us immediately. Legal Rights Advocates, PLLC is a consumer advocate law firm that focuses on consumer rights protection services across the United States. We have well over twenty-five (25) years of combined experience helping consumers that are experiencing Debt Collector Harassment, Social Security Disability issues, and a whole lot more. LRA is truly your consumer rights advocate. We take great pride in the fact that our job is to protect you from deceptive and or abusive debt collection practices. 

 

Our goal is to assist you each and every step of the way regarding your rights for consumer protection. Please call us today for more information at 855-254-7841 or click here to visit our website. We look forward to working with you.

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