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In our research, we’ve discovered a few things:
1. If you take immediate steps to start rebuilding your credit score after a bankruptcy, you can transform your credit score 12 to 24 months after your bankruptcy has been discharged.
2. You must take these steps. Too many people decide to wipe their hands clean of credit. As time passes, instead of having poor credit, they end up with no credit. Unfortunately, no credit is just as bad as poor credit.
3. Many people get taken advantage of by “credit repair” scams that make big promises but ultimately fail to deliver.
Because our clients are so concerned about their credit, we searched high and low for a quality credit education program. After testing the program, we learned that people that have been through 720CreditScore.com's credit program (7 Steps to a 720 Credit Score) are able to transform their credit scores, usually within 12 to 24 months of declaring bankruptcy.
With these kinds of results, we decided to make this program available to every single one of our bankruptcy clients for free. The credit education program usually costs $1,000 for enrollment. However, we enroll every one of our bankruptcy clients into the program for free.
The program is available through Middleton & Tinsley Law Firm at a discounted price to clients of other firms, or individuals that are looking for results.
To gain access to this amazing credit building program, call Middleton & Tinsley Law Firm today to schedule an appointment.
Middleton & Tinsley Law Firm, PLLC
POST OFFICE BOX 3129
TUPELO, MS 38803-3129
At Middleton & Tinsley Law Firm, we know that your bankruptcy is only part of your concern: You also want to get back to a normal life. This includes rebuilding your credit score as fast as possible.
For years as bankruptcy lawyers, we have been meeting with clients who are terrified about the future: How will you survive in a world that will judge you based on your credit score?
We’ve listened to your concerns and then we found answers that can help you greatly after filing bankruptcy.