The right way to Take away a Chapter



According to the American Bankruptcy Institute, an article published in May this year in the United States saw over 760,000 bankruptcies as of the end of March 2020. And that was before the effects of the pandemic. Of course, as a loan hero, you need to know how to deny bankruptcy and remove it from your client’s credit report. Because without your help, this bankruptcy will leave an open sore on your credit report for the next seven to ten years. Too often this bankruptcy means that your customers have automatically said “No!” Obtained from lenders, employers, or even landlords. So if you want to know how to take that massive weight off her shoulders by removing bankruptcy from her credit report, you better stick with it!

So the big question is how can we turn our passion for helping people with their credit into a successful business without borrowing, without spending a fortune, by pulling it out of nowhere so that we can help most people and anyway high can be profitable? That is the question, and this podcast will give you the answer. My name is Daniel Rosen and welcome to Credit Repair Business Secrets.

As Credit Heroes, our job is to train our clients to remove negative information from their credit reports and help them rebuild their lives. So, if you haven’t been faced with the task of removing a public record like a bankruptcy, you will definitely benefit soon enough as the effects of this pandemic mount. That is why this is important. Public records are different from most of the negative elements in a credit report as they specifically deal with judicial matters such as civil judgments, tax liens, foreclosures, and bankruptcies. And that’s exactly what they are – public records. This means that they are open to the entire public. So the question is, where do the credit bureaus get this information from? For information on public records from companies like Pacer and LexisNexis, please contact credit reporting agencies. So, if no one reported the public records on your credit report, why did they collect those records themselves and why is that okay? Well, in my opinion, it’s not okay! And this is your chance to improve the playing field. You see, there is a problem with this type of reporting because the credit bureaus report to the information providers as a record clerk or a court clerk or a judge or magistrate’s court, which is actually not furniture at all. Okay, so this is a misreporting case that is directly in violation of fair credit reporting law and is the perfect reason to remove public records. Ok are you following me this far? So here’s what you need to know about how to file for bankruptcy and remove it from a credit report in three easy steps. First, dispute the public records with the credit bureaus using our dispute resolution wizard or our letter search function in your Credit Repair Cloud account. If you don’t have a Credit Repair Cloud account, you can get a free 30-day trial at Okay, and next, when the credit bureaus verify the information, send a simple letter to the clerk where the public file was filed. Now you don’t have to go into details. They’re just sending something very simple in that direction with a stamped, self-addressed envelope with your return address on so they can really, really easily reply to you. Okay and here. Here is what you could write. I have a public record from your court on my credit report. I disputed on the point with the Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion credit bureaus, all of whom have confirmed that the public records have been verified by you. Please include the procedure by which you review the records with the credit reporting agencies. Next, expect a response from the clerk stating that he will not check in with the credit bureaus. And when you get that, send a copy of that response from the clerk that you send to the credit bureaus along with a letter stating the following. I disputed this point with you before, and then you put in the public record name and reference number. In response to that, you checked the article as correct and found that you checked the information with the court. I have contacted the court and their response is attached. It is clear that they will not contact you or any credit bureau for this. Hence your original answer, the court review, was either a mistake or a lie. In either case, the reporting requirements do not comply with FCRA Section 611 15 USC Section 1681. The information must be deleted immediately. And boom, you have it. See the office at this point will usually reply with a cancellation. And you removed the bankruptcy from that credit report. If not, now is a good time to file a complaint with the CFPB. Because you now have a valid reason to be removed and you are entitled to fair and accurate reporting. You can also compare the item in Pacer. And if you find any inaccuracies between Pacer and LexisNexis, you can argue with LexisNexis directly to improve your chances that the distance, okay, whatever you do, won’t give up. Okay, that takes perseverance. So keep on mastering your craft, expand your knowledge and keep fighting for your customers. And when you remember that you really are a loan hero in this time of crisis. Okay, I recently had the chance to interview my good friend and mentor Alec Charfen on this podcast. And if you haven’t heard the interview before, you have to hear it right after this one. during this interview with Alex Charfen. He made amazing predictions of what to expect for all credit repair companies in the near future. And these predictions were not only really exciting, but also a little intimidating. But I think they were accurate. And I believe there has never been a better time in history to own and run a home business, and never a better time in history when this company is focused on helping people during a financial crisis . So if you are on the fence about starting your credit repair business, I encourage you to take part in our upcoming Credit Hero Challenge, which is starting very soon. In a couple of weeks I’ll be holding your hand and we’re going to walk you step by step as you start your own credit repair business. It’s a highly interactive program with live coaching calls, daily mentoring, and a ton of action steps and supportive bonuses. And you’ll even get certified in three different areas. Try it out now on And if you find value in the things I share on this podcast, click below to sign up, okay? I don’t want to miss any episodes. And if you feel nice, rate me and give me a review because this is a new podcast and I can use any help I can get. And see you in the next episode. So change your life until then!

Hey everyone, it’s Daniel again. And quickly, I want to invite you to join what I think is the best we have ever created in the Credit Repair Cloud Community. And it’s a challenge that we call the Credit Hero Challenge. If you are just planning your business or are just starting out and dream of running a successful business, you can finish your nine to five and lay off your boss and have financial freedom, or you can add another source of income to your existing business. If this is your dream then this is a challenge you must face. We created this challenge to help you build and start your own credit repair business. Laying the foundation for a truly successful business. This challenge will help you understand the strategy, tactics, and all of the things that you will need to be successful in credit repair. It really is the best we’ve ever built and it will change your life. So I recommend you do it now. Stop it all, pause that audio, go online and go to This is and join the next challenge. And there is a challenge that starts in a few days. Get started right now at

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