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My wife has a credit score in the low 400's. She unfortunetly thought CC's were free money in college...She has pretty much ingored every balance, and most of the agencies have writtin account closed paid by grantor...As being newly weds I really dont want to inherit this and more importantly want to help her credit get back in good standing. We're thinking about going with a company called creditsolutions.com but we're not sure who's best...Would love to hear some opinions/feedback as far as which company would be best...Thx Jon

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That is the biggest mistake possible. Waste of money and your credit will not improve one single bit.

Totally agree...

Jon, All of the information you'll need to begin this process is right here! There are hundreds of helpful people willing to assist you. They WILL require that you attempt to help yourself first by reading existing information re: situations that are relevant to yours, however.

Make it a project...for the both of you. Sometimes, parts of the process can be fun! Really! Don't underestimate the power of the consumer... :)%

Good luck,

Ray

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Jon, don't deal with the debt management companies. There's nothing that they can do, that you can't do yourself. You can make phone calls and send letters just like they can.

And you'll save a lot of time, money and headaches on top of it.

Read the "How to begin credit repair-A primer" in the Credit Repair forum. If there's things you don't understand, there are plenty of people here willing to advise you. And plenty of people that have been in the same boat you find yourself in now.

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