The FICO Formula makes credit repair information available that was once only found through either expensive credit counseling services or by painstaking and lengthy research on behalf of the consumer.
Ann Born should know. She brought her own credit to a pile of ruble in her early twenties and is infamously known in her own family as “the one the Library sent to collections.” This in and of itself does not make Ann Born an authority on credit repair, but the fact that she did raise her credit over 150 points does prove that she does know a bit about credit score repair.
Ann states “If only I had known about The FICO Formula when I started to repair my credit. What took me a good 5-7 years would have been accomplished in 6 months. Having the step-by-step layout as offered in The FICO Formula would have saved me much of my own time and thousands of dollars.”
But don’t let the simple package of The FICO Formula fool you.
Firstly, it is this exact simplicity that makes this product easy to implement. The PDF format and concise guide make for easy reading and understanding.
Secondly, the author doesn’t assume laying down the foundational basics are “beneath you.” This approach then allows the author to delve deeply into the process of credit repair.
Thirdly, The FICO Formula truly delivers when it comes to content. Many credit repair guides offer the basics, but stop short when it comes to explaining “who to call” when you find an error on your report, “what to do” to raise your credit score immediately or “when you need” just 21 more credit points to save yourself over $30,000.
Fourthly, there is an entire grid that lays out whom to contact, in which order, how to do so and what in what time frame to expect a response. This information alone makes TheFICO Formula worth every penny. Not only does it take countless hours to compile a list like this, but each facility must be contacted in order to get a response time. Dealing with government agencies and learning who to talk to and when has been done for you.
Fifthly, almost any question about raising your credit score is answered here. The FICO Formula explains when to take out a personal loan and what to do with it to maximize your credit. It explains thoroughly the best way to use your credit cards to increase your credit rating and when paying off your bills is actually a bad idea.
Ann Born understands that people may hesitate to jump on the chance to get The FICO Formula. For this reason Ann’s giving you a free copy of “5 Ways to Boost Your Credit 100 Points”also by Ryan Taylor at: http://tinyurl.com/6fzmbp. This way you can preview the style and substance of the creator of The FICO Formula.