“Almost every opportunity for financial security, success, and status is connected to your credit report”
- Aazim Sharp
I provide professional credit restoration service for African American men who are looking to get approved for a mortgage, auto, personal, or business loan but can’t because of their credit. Black men are often underserved in this area, so I focus my services on helping men just like me who have struggled with their credit. I leverage the power of the law, years of experience and knowledge in order to permanently remove inaccurate, outdated, and unverifiable negative accounts, while at the same time helping to build positive credit history by establishing new credit with lenders that will approve them for credit even with low scores and negative pay history.I also help guide my clients in securing cash and credit through our professional network in order to save them time, money, and provide a hassle-free experience from beginning to end.
Our strategies are legal, effective, affordable, fast, and permanent.
We have an excellent record of removing items such as these from credit reports:
On average, my clients credit scores are up 129 points in just 57 days
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I was born and raised in Newark, New Jersey. I am a husband and a father, and I'm also a Certified FICO Professional and Credit Improvement Strategist--but I didn't always know about the value of having good credit. In fact, I was probably a lot like you when I first started my journey toward better credit. If you are struggling with poor credit, you are definitely not alone. My family and I have been in your shoes. My family struggled because my wife and I had poor credit, and we had very few options to fix it. We were told by creditors and credit reporting agencies that we had few options to improve our credit. We didn’t talk about the importance of good credit at home or in my community—I really didn’t understand why my credit would affect me so much.
I have spent years educating myself and becoming one of the nation's leading authorities on credit and the laws that are used to legally repair credit. Over time, I realized that credit reporting agencies and creditors were often deliberately giving me bad information. I turned my life around by improving my credit on my own, but it took a lot of time and effort. We were eventually able to buy a new house, and we could finally afford to buy the things we needed as a family.
After all of my struggle, I realized that I wanted to help other black men like myself, so they could get through similar experiences. I focus my efforts on serving black men because our communities seem to undervalue and can sometimes not focus on the importance of good credit. We don’t talk about the concept our communities, and there are few reliable resources made available. I want to help you deal with and overcome the challenges that my family and I faced. I look forward to helping you reach your financial goals!