Credit Repair Dallas
Referral FAQ

Call Us At 1 (888) 751-3468.


"Alexander Credit is one of the wisest investments in yourself and your future you can make."

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Video Demonstrations:
Login in to Our System to See Your Progress Report
An Overview of How Our Credit Repair System Works

How Does the Service Work?

We aim to make restoring your credit as simple a process as possible. We will work with your creditors and the credit bureaus to remove inaccurate, derogatory records from your credit history by mail, phone and through consulting with you on what steps you should take. Here are the 5 easy steps to raise your credit score.

1. Call for your free consultation

Call us and speak to a member of our staff about what you can do to raise your score and what we can do to raise your score. This call is obligation free and will leave you with invaluable knowledge.

2. Complete our Retainer Packet

If you decide to retain our services to consult you on your credit score, simply fill out our New Client packet, hiring us to consult you on your entire credit score, not just your inaccurate derogatory credit items. We will also need verification of your address and social security information. We will also require you to sign a Power of Attorney regarding your credit matters in the event you ask us to call a creditor on your behalf. At this time you will also you receive information so you may login to your account at anytime and view a report of your credit improvement progress.

3. Send in Your Updates

On a monthly basis, you will receive updates from the credit bureaus on the progress of our dealings with them. You will have to mail these updates to us for our records after making copies for yourself. Upon receipt of these updates, please mail these for our records after saving a copy for your personal file.

4. See Your Score Get Raised

Your credit score should begin improving within the first 35 to 60 days of receipt of our consultation. (If you listen to our advice) We will continue to consult you on your credit for 6 months in many cases.

5. Close Out

After six months, you and your credit advisor can review your file together. You will also be given additional advice on what you can do to continue raising your credit score for long-term results.