Launch Profitable Credit Repair Business with Free Webinar’s Simplified Software

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Credit Repair Cloud held an informative webinar on launching a profitable credit repair business using it's user-friendly software and for a limited time, business owners and emerging entrepreneurs can view the webinar for free at .

Business owners and emerging entrepreneurs interested in learning more about the challenges of Launching a Profitable Credit Repair Business Using Simplified Credit Cloud Repair Software can view an exclusive webinar on the secrets to building a profitable credit repair business for free on the Credit Repair Cloud website: .

In addition to answering questions about the secrets to building a profitable credit repair business , Credit Repair Cloud also covered Quickly Finding That First Client during the webinar. Some of the most surprising information explored during the Credit Repair Cloud presentation included the secrets to building a profitable credit repair business, which few business owners and emerging entrepreneurs are aware of.


As recent as even a few years back, the term “credit score” was not very commonly used in American society. While there were those who understood the term and its purpose, the mass majority, although realizing that there was a system out there that monitored their credit, they did not have a term to attach to it.

Today, however, due to a number of factors such as increased identity theft and mass media marketing campaigns, there are very few Americans who are not aware of the term ‘credit score’.

A credit score is a number between 300 and 850 and is based on a statistical analysis of an individual’s credit activity. It is used to represent the credit-worthiness of an individual, which is how likely that the individual will pay his or her debts. A credit score is based on official credit report information, which is typically sourced from the three major credit bureaus (TransUnion, Experian, Equifax).

Lending institutions, such as banks, finance companies, mortgage lenders, and credit card companies use an individual’s credit score to evaluate the potential risk posed by lending money to that individual. Lenders use credit scores to determine who qualifies for a loan, at what interest rate the loan is issued, and what credit limits are determined.While there are many others, such as the VantageScore, the most widely known scoring systems in the U.S is the FICO (Fair Isaac Corporation) score, especially in the mortgage industry.

As a result of the FACT Act (Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act), each legal U.S. resident is entitled to one free copy of his or her credit report from each credit reporting agency once every twelve months. To guard against inaccurate information or fraud more often than yearly, one can request a report from a different credit reporting agencies available online. This information is available from a number of websites that offer a free credit report, usually paired with the use of their services for 30 days before a monthly fee involved. The fee is nominal compared to the necessity of protecting personal credit in today’s highly technological society where identity theft is becoming more prevalent.


Usually credit score ranges from 300-750, but a good credit score is above 700. Many people have their credit score within 600-700, which is regarded as an average credit score.Credit scores that fall below 600 should be repaired it immediately. Improved credit scores provide the path to improved lifestyle.

Credit repair businesses charge a reasonable fee while rendering valuable services as outlined in the free Credit Repair Cloud webinar. Although potentially life-changing, repairing credit requires a great deal of patience and experience, with the best results often happening 45-90 days after the initial audit.

Most people who have bad credit think there is nothing that they can do about it. They mistakenly believe that they have to live with their bad credit for a long time. The truth is that Americans don’t have to live with bad credit or pay astronomical fees to have credit repaired.

Credit Repair Cloud’s simplified all-in-one software helps entrepreneurs launch a credit repair business to help rebuild those damaged credit profiles. A good credit record can make life easier and more enjoyable in every way imaginable. Take action now to make that positive impact in the community.

As seen on ABC, CBS, NBC, and Inc.500, Credit Repair Cloud provides EVERYTHING needed to start or improve a life-changing credit repair business.

In addition to the secrets of starting and scaling a successful credit repair business, the full agenda of this informative webinar also includes:

Quickly Finding That First Client – How To Find People Who Are More Than Willing To Pay , And Land that First Client Within 24 Hours, Even with ZERO Experience .

Dispute Process Blueprint – How To Use a Step-By-Step “Dispute Process Blueprint” To Get EASY Credit Repair Results Without Being A Credit Expert.

For more information and to registrar for free access to the full video, interested business owners and emerging entrepreneurs can visit the website at .

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