Introduces Pay After Deletion Credit Repair Program

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( March 13, 2013) Tampa, FL–The Federal Trade Commission, the nation’s consumer protection agency, lists the number one sign that you are encountering credit repair fraud is if a company insists you pay them before they do any work on your behalf.

Industry Rife With Controversy

In an effort to change an industry that has been riddled with controversy and fraud has released what is expected to be an industry altering program. For years the credit repair industry, due to its ease of entry and lack of enforcement of existing laws, has been a hotbed for scam artists and companies looking to make a quick buck off of unsuspecting consumers, many of whom are still suffering from one of the toughest economic times in recent history.

Pay After Deletion with their introduction of the first true Pay After Deletion credit repair program will allow consumers to choose what Danny Garcia the founder of the company says “Is the only truly fair credit repair option available”. He goes further on to explain that “No longer does the credit repair consumer have to “Pay and Pray and Hope It Goes Away” with our pay after deletion program consumers will only pay when and if they achieve actual deletions”.

The pay after deletion credit repair program is not only poised to help consumers reduce their exposure to fraud but also provides a consumer with an attractive alternative to the other legal payment option which is paying for credit repair on a monthly basis. Mr. Garcia states that “Although it is a legal option, enlisting monthly payment credit repair programs may not be in the consumers best interests as the company providing the service may not have the same goals as the customer, a monthly payment company may have the desire to extend the clients time enrolled instead of achieving actual deletions, which is ultimately what the consumer is wanting, the monthly payment companies are due a fee for services no matter what type of results they achieved, this means that companies that are unable to get results are still receiving 100% of their fees even though they ultimately have failed the customer”

With the added option of paying after items are deleted consumers should feel an additional level of empowerment when it comes to choosing a credit repair service, consumers no longer have to “Pay and Pray and Hope It Goes Away”

For more information contact:

Danny Garcia

PO Box 1686
Land O’Lakes, Fl. 34639