MyFncs can help repair your bad credit.
EXPERIENCE MyFncs is a general service consumer advocacy Consulting Agency, not an online credit repair shop. Helping consumers take action on their credit since 1997, we have served over 1/2 million clients. Our firm is the largest network of credit correction consulting agency In First National Credit; our advisers are trained to understanding your financial and personal situation and targets in short and long term goals to advise you in the best solution in accordance with your circumstances. We worry about that the program we advise for you fits to your needs and they do not try to impose on a "one size fits all" program. Be that you choose a consolidation, audit or negotiation of his debts, our advisers will explain to you every program and since it is going to help you in your current situation and to will take it to your goals.
AFFORDABILITY As you would expect from a consumer advocacy Agency, MyFncs has gone to great lengths to make its services affordable to its clients. You can get started for as low as $39.95 a month and a one-time $99.95 first-work fee, all charged only after that work has been completed. Our services are backed by a refund policy, and clients may cancel at any time. If you're ready to work on improving your credit, start now.
PROVEN RESULTS Our innovative services assisted our clients We have helped our clients
remove millions of questionable
negative items, including:
· Late payments
· Charge offs
You can increase and improve your credit score.
The credit system may seem like a private conversation between your creditors and the credit bureaus, but this conversation is not complete until you have joined it. You have the right to question any information on your credit reports that you feel may be inaccurate, untimely, misleading, incomplete, ambiguous, unverifiable, biased or unclear ("questionable.") If an item cannot be verified, then it must be removed.
Our firm helps you become part of the credit conversation through time-tested services that incorporate innovative dispute methodologies, creditor interventions, and other repair methods that make full use of your credit rights as established by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and other federal laws.
While these laws give you a way to address credit issues on your own, acting on them takes more than a letter, a stamp and crossed fingers, it takes experience and perseverance. Many who try to repair their own credit are discouraged by a series of road blocks that lead them to end their fight for fair credit in frustration and despair.