To repair your bad credit does not necessarily mean that you now have a good credit, absolutely not.
When most people have bad credit, they either purchase a credit repair book or seek a credit expert help. But before you do anything about your bad credit you need to understand few things that can be very crucial to your credit repair success.
Some people seek a credit expert's advice with the hope that a credit repair expert can do a better job of repairing their credit than they themselves could. In fact, the opposite is true. If you are not careful about who you hire as a credit advisor you can be in a deeper trouble, but that's beyond the scope of what we have room for.
Back to the TWO things you need to remember when you hire credit help:
1. There is no law available to any credit repair company, expert or lawyer that is not available to you as the consumer.
2. Credit repair companies use the same law made available to you by congress to repair your credit. And they can not change the law for their clients.
The above two simple statements might seem obvious, but repeating them like a mantra can be the difference between getting ripped-off and getting the credit you deserve.
Whatever you decide to do (either purchase a book or hire credit expert's help), you need to understand that once again, repairing your bad credit does not mean that you have an excellent credit.
It means just that: That you removed negative items from your credit report which caused for your credit to be bad in the first place.
Obviously, by removing negative entries your credit rating and credit score will improve, but you are far from having an excellent credit.
That's why a credit repair process need not be about just removing negative entries from your credit report. In fact, that's the beginning of the end. Today, you can find too many publications and credit expert's that would give you an advice on - "How You Can Repair Your Credit?"
But very few will show you or discuss the techniques need to be applied to earn positive credit rating. If your goal is to erase negative entries on your credit report, that's completely far from earning a powerful and positive credit rating.
In order to earn "Triple A" credit you need to add a good punch to your credit. Meaning, you have to learn "How to Add Positive Information" to your credit report.
Is it possible to add positive entries to your credit report? Absolutely.
Is it possible to add positive entries on your credit report in a short period of time? Absolutely.
Is it possible to get "A Millionaire's Credit in Less Than a Month"? No Doubt.
Here, you will learn two powerful tips that can give you "Triple A" credit in the shortest time possible.