Credit Score

Several individuals believe bringing their credit score back from the dead after filing for bankruptcy will be near to impossible. Contrary to popular belief, rebuilding your credit score after bankruptcy is not impossible. In reality, it is easier to rebuild your credit score if and when you declare bankruptcy. And here’s why…

If you are struggling with your finances and are behind on your bills, it can be hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel. This cycle will continue for a few years. During this time you will miss a payment or two, or stop paying something altogether. Every time you miss a payment, your credit score suffers. So while you are fighting to stay afloat in this sea of debt, your credit score is sinking deeper and deeper into the black abyss.

The good news is that if you declare bankruptcy and then start the process of rebuilding your credit score, in two years you could have a great credit score. Even more good news Mr. Epstein offers access to a program called 7 Steps to a 720 Credit Score that will help you do just that.

This program that was created by mortgage broker Philip Tirone exposes the rules of the credit game. It is a strategy that teaches you how to improve your credit score based on the patterns of change that Philip Tirone identified when he studied thousands of credit reports. All of the information provided to you in this program has been used to help 15,000 plus students transform their credit scores in 12 to 24 months. Mr. Epstein offers this thousand dollar program as a free gift to all of his clients who successfully complete their bankruptcy. He wants all of his clients to get the fresh start they deserve. For more information on bankruptcy or the 720 credit program, please call our office or email us at