Google
keywords make money!!
adware
affiliate programs
auto insurance
business
business cards
business credit card
business insurance
business loans
business opportunities
car hire
cars
cosmetic surgery
credit cards
credit report
credit repair
criminal attornies
domain names
domain hosting
ecommerce
email marketing
email software
holidays
home insurance
home refinance
house and home
incorporate service
insurance
internet service
jewellery
keyword services
laser eye surgery
lawyers
legal advice
loans
make money
medical
medical insurance
medical malpractice attorney
mesothelioma
mortgage
online gambling
personal injury
phones
poker
search engines
search engine optimozation
second mortgages
slot machines
software
spyware
travel
visa credit cards
web hosting
top 100 keyword categories
top 100 searches
Google Adsense
Google Dance
Articles

STOP PRESS - BUY THE WEBMASTER'S LATEST BOOK

The Purrfect Birthday or Christmas Present!!

More info : UK  USA  France  Canada  Japan

More books by the webmaster

 

                               

Credit Report Repair Advice
 

Watch Out For Credit Repairs
By John Parsons

It is very easy to find a site that is neat, professional-looking, and one that offers a free three-agency credit report and free credit report without a credit card.

This scam is too good to be true. Usually the only catch is an upfront charge to the consumer of $7.95 or something similar for each disputed item on your report. I was on the verge of signing up, but got a sneaking suspicion that something wasn't right.
 

Every other site I'd seen offered an Equifax report for free, and a three-agency report for around $35. How could they offer it for free, and How could anyone get a free credit report without a credit card?

Skeptical, I researched the company and found multiple complaints. One of the prominent ones was a claim that they disputed every negative entry on your credit report without your approval, and then charged you $7.95 for each one.

I requested an explanation of the above link to give them a chance to share their side of the story. While I awaited their response I continued my research.

The Department of Justice says there is nothing a credit repair agency can do that you can't do for free, making Clear Credit's offer seem even more suspicious.

Almost all of the other sites I found made it clear that you should be suspicious of anyone claiming to improve your credit for a fee and offering free credit report without a credit card, because non-profit groups are available to help people with credit trouble.

My hopes were dashed in a matter of days. I received two e-mails from Clear Credit, but they didn't contain an explanation. They told me to act now to improve my credit.

They spam a potential customer who made a perfectly legitimate request for more information. I was not impressed.

My search to find a quality three-agency credit report for a low price will continue, but Clear Credit is clearly off the list.

John Parsons is founder of http://CorporateNarc.Comô. The mission of http://www.CorporateNarc.Comô is to educate the public in consumer affairs and to provide consumers with up-to-date business information. In addition we hope to ensure better services for the consumer by exposing business fraud and corruption, as well as unfair and deceptive business practices.

This article my be reproduced as long as the author's name and url to http://www.Corporatenarc.com are present at the end of the article.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/
 

 

Humor Websites
posters
Weird Websites
Insane Humour
Weird eBay
Funny Jokes Online
MOCKERY
Bizarre Webcam
notMENSA
weird auctions
Ghost Stories
Ghost Pictures
anime girls
Free Diet Plans
Famous Poems
Love Poems 
Funny Poems
Inspirational Poems   

Poster Stores

Photographs
cheap posters
 Posters
model posters
framed posters
funny posters
 sports posters