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Credit Repair Expert Gives Advice on Personal Credit Restoration and Score Improvement


Taking Minds to the Zenith - TMTTZ (February 14th 2009) – Randy Wells, the CEO of TRW Credit Group has been in the credit repair business for eight years, and he had recently shared his lengthy experience to the Internet audience through the online-based show, “Taking Minds to the Zenith” (TMTTZ). This 61-minute interview covered a lot of interesting, relevant, and practical topics in regards to maintaining a good credit score, maintaining it once you get it, picking the right credit repair company, and avoiding credit pitfalls like identity theft and erroneous loans.

In this interview, Wells summarizes his own established methods in repairing bad credit scores and how to tweak them to your advantage, such that you’ll be able to save literally hundreds of thousands of dollars in three decades or less through tweaked credit scores and getting several lines of credit without spending a lot of money for them. The interview emphasizes that credit repair is a highly complicated procedure that should only be left to professionals like him and his company.

As this esteemed expert glibly declared, “We don’t just clean your credit up. We clean all those variations of address, and variations in name, and variations in social security and dates of birth.” In his opinion, it is best to leave the credit repair to those who know what to say, when to say it, and have established a good enough reputation to guarantee you service well worth your money. He also repeatedly warned listeners to avoid fly-by-night credit repair frauds that ruin the good name of this legitimate industry.

The interviewee also gave practical advice in regards to picking the right company to do your credit repair. As a rule of thumb, you must always look for licensed and bonded credit repairs companies. For a company to get a bond is particularly tricky, so you know you’re headed in the right direction if the credit repair company you’re with has a legitimate bond and a verifiable license. What’s more, bonds actually protect you from fraudulent companies that merely use credit repair as a front to steal your money. In any case, picking the right organization to help you with your credit score is a step that should be carefully treaded regardless.

As for identity theft protection, Mr. Wells offers even more reasonable and insightful recommendations. Foremost in his list is taking responsibility for your own finances, which means you should not cosign or take the loans of others irresponsibly. More to the point, you must also be wary of making online purchases, because the Internet is where most identity thieves strike. You need to protect your private information the best that you can, especially when involving the World Wide Web with your finances. Furthermore, safeguard your social security number and all your other information as much as possible, or risk losing “credibility” on your credit rating.

In conclusion, Mr. Wells presents a compelling case in regards to the benefits of availing the services of legitimate credit repair companies like his. After all, improving your personal credit report is not only helpful to you, it’s crucial for your continued survival in America’s credit-based society. This interview by TMTTZ entitled, “How to Repair your Personal Credit Report and Improve your Scores”, is provided for free in different download formats by Zenith Property Solutions. Zenith Property Solutions is a valuable online source for information on marketing, real estate, and business in general. The link to the interview is For more content filled interviews with experts, kindly visit


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