Wellspring Farm CSA is proud to announce that our new website is currently being sponsored by a very close friend of mine from Chicago, IL.
This collaboration may not make sense for everyone but Michael offered to pay for the domain and hosting account for this website.
In the next couple weeks I will be working closely with his marketing team on creating new updates on this website.
Here is little bit more about his company:
Is Hiring A Credit Repair Company Worth It?
The costs for your credit repair depend on various facets of your credit report. For most companies, the price range lies between $59 to upwards of $149. Credit repair companies do not bind you into contracts and you can easily revoke the agreements when you like.
Considering the interest rate you might have to pay due to bad credit scores and in trying to repair the credit score on your own, credit repair companies are a better option. In some cases, you cannot wait for the bad credit to run its course and be removed from your reports; this is when a higher credit score can land you in the good books of various lenders.
Some companies even work on creating a separate account for debt return and get a favorable picture for your credit report. This allows you to return any debts that you have defaulted and clear your history of bad credit.
These services also need a shorter timeline to fix your problems than you would on your own. Let’s just say, they save you a lot of hassle.
This Is What You Need To Ask Your Credit Repair Company
Make sure you are aware of the following things before you settle with a credit repair firm
1. Is The Company Insured/Bonded?
The company you are considering should be fully licensed, insured and bonded. Any firm that is offering you the real deal such as bestcreditrepairchicago.com will confirm their credentials without any issues.
2. What Do You Need To Have?
The following are the documents you will require:
- ID or passport (issued by the government)
- Your current residential address
- Your employer’s information
- Your account numbers and any credit cards you have
- A record of your liabilities including debts and assets
- EIN or SSN
- Any documents related to bankruptcy (if you have ever filed for one)
- Divorce papers ( if any)