Consumer Information Bureau Review
Hey, guys! There are lots of options available to repair your credit, but I've had quite a bit of experience in this matter, so I thought I would share it with you. After trying several other options, I found a company called Consumer Information Bureau and this is my review of their product.
The thing that sets apart Consumer Information Bureau is that they aren't an online company selling an e-book or software program. They're a brick-and-mortar company located in Pompano Beach, Florida and they actually have a telephone number you can call (1-800-535-1255 ext. 300). That was a big plus for me because I had a lot of questions to ask before I made my decision.
That means that you can get answers to your questions from a real person instead of having to rely on a web page. What about price? Of course, you can use the web and get an e-book on credit repair for as little as $49 and the program for sale at Consumer Information Bureau is, I think $299 (but you can get $50 off by having a special code extension. I used 300.) The question is: Is it worth paying the extra amount?
Law firms can charge thousands of dollars for the same outcome, but my research indicates that they don't do anything you can't do with one of the services below, and they actually take longer and you still have to do most of the work yourself, so I don't think they're a good option.
Decide for yourself about the money. My feeling is that almost any price is totally worthwhile to get your credit fixed, although, as you will see, there's no reason to spend more than a few hundred for a great outcome.
Since I've tried several credit repair e-books and two other software products, I thought I would post my experiences. (I never used a credit repair law firm because of the cost, so I didn't include that.) I had a very good experience with Consumer Information Bureau, but you have to decide if they're right for you.
Let's take a look at the differences:
* This does not include the cheapo $39 products out there, which aren't worth anything. The better programs tend to cost more.
the way, my FICO score went from 588 to 690 in less than four months.