Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Is This Course?
This course is six weeks long and we will meet once per week on Zoom to go over that weeks’ module.
How Long Will I Have Access To The Course?
You will have access to the course for 6 month after the course ends.
Will I have to use credit monitoring for this course?
Yes, you are required to use a credit monitoring service throughout the duration of this program because this is the only way to see what’s going on with your credit. We will recommend which credit monitoring service to use during the course as we do a case study of a credit report. You are highly recommended to continue to use the monitoring service so you can continue to monitor the information on your credit report.
When Should I Start Repairing My Credit?
The sooner, the better; especially if you have plans to buy a home or a car soon. Getting started today can save you a big headache tomorrow.
Do This Course Offer A Guarantee?
Sadly, we do not offer a guarantee. Credit repair just isn’t something that can be guaranteed. What we can guarantee is that we will do everything possibly in this course to assist you in achieving your desired credit goals.
What’s The Maximum Credit Score I Can Get From Each Bureau?
Credit scores range from 300-850. You get 300 base points across the board each with Equifax, Experian, and Transunion. You’ll have to work to get the other 550. We will show you how this is broken down in, “Let Me Fix My Own Credit” DIY Credit Repair Course.
Is This Course Hard?
This course is not hard. It may be a little difficult at times because you don’t know what to do. You just have to be engaged, ask questions, and complete your tasks. Consider the outcome as you go through the course. There are so many things you can do that you don't even know where to begin. You should always give it your all!
When Can I Expect Results?
Don’t expect results overnight. Credit repair takes time and requires regular credit monitoring and a change in how you approach your personal finances.