Our Credit Repair Forum Answers Tough Questions Fast
Written by: Kristy Welsh
PHOENIX, AZ--(Marketwire - 12/21/2011) - If you have done much research on credit repair, you know the information online is pretty extensive. Unfortunately, it's important to have a healthy skepticism about most of it. While many people mean well in advice shared on credit repair websites, blogs and forums, there is a great deal of misinformation out there. And if you're not careful, you could make a move that not only prolongs the credit repair process, but actually serves to make your credit worse.
For those tough questions you need answered in a timely manner, the credit repair forum at CreditInfoCenter.com is a great place to start. Since 1997, founder and editor Kristy Welsh has immersed herself in credit repair education.
"The forum has grown into one of the most trusted resources on the internet for getting answers to specific questions that can be hard to find weeding through general credit repair websites and blogs," says Kristy. Not only does she answer questions personally, but so do a number of other credit repair veterans who have "been there, and done that."
Just within recent days, readers have received multiple informed replies to the following posts:
- New collections on my credit report, no letter from them?
- Improving my credit score.
- Specific steps for applying the 7-year rule.
- $29 mystery "student loan" from 5 years ago showing up on credit report.
- Settling charge-offs/repos.
- Debt collector keeps adding to debt.
As for more general credit repair information, CreditInfoCenter.com is right on target with that too. From "Myths About Fixing Your Credit" to "The 5 Biggest Mistakes People Make In Credit Repair", you are bound to find just about everything you care (and need) to know about the credit repair process.
Kristy Welsh founded CreditInfocenter.com in 1997. Since then, it has served as a one-stop destination for consumers looking for advice on repairing bad credit and building good credit, advocating the self-help approach to credit and debt management.
Kristy Welsh is the editor and founder of Creditinfocenter, as well as the author of several books on personal finance, including "Good Credit Is Sexy".