Trinity Credit Services of CA - 100% legal Credit Repair. One of very few C/R companies registered with the Secretary of State and bonded. We operate legally and abide by the rules set by the FTC.
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Why should you consider Trinity Credit Services of California when there are hundreds of other credit repair agencies out there to choose from?
We can turn your unqualified clients into qualified homebuyers...
Trinity Credit Services was established over 5 years ago. While many overnight credit repair agencies make a quick dollar and are then shut down for operating illegally only to re-open under another name, Trinity Credit Services remains an industry leader. We are committed to doing what's best for our clients. From our initial consultation with our clients, we determine whether or not our program will be beneficial for them. If there is no hope for an increased credit score we let them know in an effort to guarantee 100% satisfaction and success. We aren't trying to rob people. We want to help people get their buying power back and enjoy being successful at doing so.
We are one of very few Credit Repair agencies who are registered with the Secretary of State and bonded. We are held to high ethical standards and pride ourselves on this stamp of approval. Being registered and bonded means that we are required to operate legally and abide by the rules and regulations set forth by the FTC.
Most Credit Repair companies only have a one-step system that sends one round of letters to the credit bureaus. You can do this yourself at home. The problem with this method is that there is only about a 10% chance anything will be removed. Even if it was to be removed, when the creditor goes to re-report to the bureaus it will be put right back on.
We have a system that goes to teh root of the problem to handle it permanently. This in our opinion is the ONLY way to handle the problem. We have a multi-stage process in place that is tailored to your clients' specific case. You will almost never find two credit reports alike. If this is so, how can you run a general "fix-all" system? The answer is you can't. Each creditor responds differently to different clients.
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