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A happy client credit repair review, from Jorge W. in Lake Worth FL. (Credit Divorce)


Just received this video review from a happy client. Jorge is a classic example of how our credit repair program works for people that have been through a divorce. Our credit improvement program offers a free consultation including all 3 credit bureaus. Give us a call at (800) 811-3078 for…
Video Rating: 5 / 5


25 Responses to “A happy client credit repair review, from Jorge W. in Lake Worth FL. (Credit Divorce)”

  1. Now I know why I am still single, this kind thing scares me

  2. The statute of limitations on bad credit is mostly 7 years, so even if you did nothing, the negative credit wouldn’t be there forever

  3. I have worked hard my whole life to build my credit and hope I never need your credit service. Good info to know there are reputable credit restoration companies.

  4. Seeing is believing

  5. I am wondering, if a spouse is ordered to pay a credit card, does the other spouse get that taken off their credit report????

  6. I am trying to restore my credit after my ex-husband screwed me over in our divorce. This was very helpful to let me know what options I have to restore my credit.

  7. My credit score was in the crapper after my divorce too.

  8. Thanks for the video testimonial of your experience with this company and your divorce.

  9. EXCELLENT – Very cool for you to explain your divorce story

  10. This is a great review of credit assistance network.

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  12. Without a doubt divorce can have a detrimental effect on the credit of both husband and wife. This is one of the longer-lasting effects of divorce and is often due to one or both parties becoming spiteful and either running up additional bills or failing to pay those the court defined in the divorce settlement.

  13. Emotional breakups can lead to declines in credit ratings when couples share debts. Be very careful when lookin

  14. Thanks for the killer story. I can relate. I have been trying to repair my credit myself after my divorce and have been unsuccessful. I just spoke to a Naomi with credit Assistance network company and she was very helpful with her advice. Im glad I found your video!

  15. Christopher Stalon Reply November 8, 2012 at 4:07 pm

    I’ve been divorced for many years. Thankfully after just a few months it was very amicable. Both myself and my ex made it our mission to ensure the effect on our daughter was minimal. We put her considerations first. That made it so much easier. Put pain aside but protect yourself financially and make sure your spouse doesn’t ruin your credit.

  16. This is a helpful list of things to do after your divorce is over: A. Update your life insurance and retirement account beneficiaries! B. Prepare a new will! C. Execute a quitclaim deed and record it at the registry of deeds to transfer the title of the house! D. Draft a QDRO, submit it to the court for approval and provide the order to the plan administrator!

  17. This is a helpful list of things to do after your divorce is over: A. Update your life insurance and retirement account beneficiaries! B. Prepare a new will! C. Execute a quitclaim deed and record it at the registry of deeds to transfer the title of the house! D. Draft a QDRO, submit it to the court for approval and provide the order to the plan administrator! E. Resume your maiden name, and obtain a new social security card, driver’s license and debit and credit cards! F.

  18. Can my spouse continue to use my credit cards. I am fearful she will mess up my credit. Although this program worked for you Jorge, I really don’t want to destroy then have to fix my credit later. Any responses would be helpful. And thank Jorge for sharing you experience with credit assistance network, I may be giving them a call

  19. It’s always a good idea to document everything in a divorce. If you don’t need it ok, recycle it, but if you do it can come in handy to keep track of when you called a credit card company or mortgage company.

  20. The problem is that often times the credit is not equally divided, one person will take the loans out for the cars, one for the credit cards, and then the house is often in both names. One of the biggest misconceptions that I see all the time from divorce clients is that you need to understand that when you get a divorce, it is your marriage that is ending and not your shared financial responsibilities.

  21. You should know the cold reality first: even the most agreeable and uncontested divorce can leave you in financial ruin. During your marriage, you most likely shared all of your finances, from your checking and savings accounts to your home, credit cards and even cars and retirement accounts. (continue)

  22. While personal debts are primarily paid by the individual who incurs the amount on his or her account, many states have an exception. This means that the spouse who is not on the account might need to pay a portion of the debts incurred on the other individual’s personal accounts. The exception is only for purchases that are considered a marital necessity.

  23. Ideally, a couple who is getting divorced will eliminate the joint debts before going into the proceedings or will not have any debts under both names. This makes the proceedings of splitting up debts and assets much easier.

  24. Joint accounts for any debt, such as credit cards, require the couple to split the debt during the divorce proceedings. Both individuals are responsible for paying any debts incurred on a joint account unless it relates to special circumstances

  25. Soooo many people who have recently been through a divorce find that their credit rating suffers significantly because of the financial turmoil the frequently accompanies divorce. There is a solution though!