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Possibilities of a credit repair business!!!

Hi all, what are the possibilities of running a credit repair business and how is the business run. What are the legalities and formalities involved in that so that one can make the arrangements to start his own credit repair business?

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That's dependent on where you live.

Laws in Scotland (lot's of Mc... there!) are different from those in Canada, for example. Moreover, right now regulations for financial businesses are rather in turmoil.

And can you explain what you mean with 'credit repair'? That's just not clear to me.

Kees

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It seems that a certain site ...

that let you pay $37 to tell you how much more you have to pay them to help your further.

If you are interested, google for "Explain your fee during your first contact, collect your money, and give your client a receipt, you can charge your client $300-$700".
You'll get 7 hits to different sites with (apparently) exactly the same offer.

Kees

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It might be a booming market right now.

Here in Holland it's primarily non-commercial.
Not those sharks that - as mentioned above - force $700 out of their poor clients in the first meeting.

Kees

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