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With interest rates going up and life getting more expensive in general…

What are your interest rates looking like right now?

Is the thought ‘Fix My Credit’ playing on your mind?

It might be a good time to review your credit report, and see if you can get better deals.

This could be on your car loans, home loans, or other finance.

Sharing another brilliant credit repair case study with you!

Client ID 6109 for the record.

We removed a default in just 4 weeks for one of our clients.

Now, their broker referred them to us, in a total panic.

Because their client had conditional approval on an investment property purchase.

BUT they couldn’t get unconditional (full approval) with a prime lender…

whilst the default remained on the credit report.

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Also, the default wasn’t due to drop off the report until December 2025, therefore, a problem for 3 more years!

The client’s broker advised us that this particular client was going to need several finance applications approved between now and then.

And if the default remained, it was going to cause lots of problems with getting finance approved.

We were super happy to remove this default as the result meant we truly changed his life for the better!!

Get in touch today for your FREE assessment.

We could help you with that looming question ‘Should I fix my credit?’!

You only pay fees once we get our work done!

And if there is something you can fix yourself, however, we will let you know.

Fees as low as $1100 – $1320 per default removal. (Defaults under $1000* Ts and Cs apply).

It’s as easy as completing our ‘Contact Form’ on our home page!

We cannot assist you if you are currently experiencing financial hardship.

If you need financial advice please call the National Debt Helpline on 1800 007 007. For finance tips go to www.moneysmart.gov.au

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