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Q. What causes Credititis®?

A. Many events can trigger symptoms of Credititis® both within and without one’s control, such as:

· Improper financial planning
· Lack of personal savings
· Changing Conditions in the Credit Markets
· Job loss
· Catastrophe
· Medical Emergency
· Insurance issues
· Abandonment
· Change of marital status
· Retirement Portfolio Underperformance

Q. What if I don’t have Credititis®?

A. Congratulations! You probably have a good financial advisor who will help you along the way to continue making good decisions.

If you feel like you could be doing better, it wouldn’t hurt to get a second opinion on how your investments are performing, or see if you could or should pay off your mortgage in as little as 6 to 12 years, and then invest the remaining payments for retirement.

See the Net Worth Plus™ advertisement on the “Your Cure Here” page.

Q. What should I do if I think I have Credititis®?

A. DON’T PANIC!!! There is hope.  Life is hard sometimes, but it can get better!
We have helped people increase their discretionary income by up to $1400 per month and pay off mortgages years earlier, canceling out hundreds of thousands of dollars in interest charges. As with anything, you have to start somewhere.  However, the best place to start is with professional advice.
For some, it’s a simple debt restructure plan.  For others, legal or tax advice is necessary.
You can rest assured that a specialist will invest the time to provide you with options that can help you to best achieve your goals and dreams.
Call us today at 1-866-NVESTNU.  You’ll be glad you did.

Q. What can “The Cure for Credititis®” do for me?

A. The “The Cure for Credititis®” system can help you identify causes of negative effects to your cash flow and credit score, and help you strategically reverse the effects, as well as assist you in many other ways.

Q. What is a credit score?

A. A credit score is a complex mathematical equation that evaluates many types of information in a credit file. A credit score is used by a lender to help determine whether a person qualifies for a particular credit card, loan, or service, and at what rates. Credit Bureaus offer credit scores to help estimate the risk a company incurs by lending someone money or providing them with a service. Generally, the higher the score, the less risk the person represents, and the greater likelihood that the person will make payments on time in the next two to three years.
Credit scores are what most lenders and insurance companies use to determine your credit risk.  You have three scores, one for each of the three credit bureaus. The scores are based on information that each credit bureau keeps on file about you. Equifax’s score is called Beacon, Experian’s score is called Fair Isaac and TransUnion’s score is called FICO. As reported information changes, your credit scores tend to change as well, for better or worse.


Q. Why is my Credit Score so important?

A. Once your credit score is impaired by information reported to the three major credit bureaus, Trans Union, Equifax, and Experian (whether it accurate or not) indicators outlined in the seven stages often follow. This is why it is important to monitor your credit regularly.

If you have any further questions we will be happy to answer them.  Just call our toll-free number
(That’s 1-866-683-7868) 
Your initial “The Cure for Credititis®” consultation is always free and without obligation.  Many of our additional services are offered on a “no-cost” basis, being sponsored through our affiliate service providers.  All of our affiliate service providers are experienced and qualified in their field(s) of expertise.

What impacts your credit score?
Many things can impact your score. However the graph below illustrates the most prevalent issues, by today’s standards. Generally, the affects of combined negatives, such as late payments and high amounts owed are cumulative, and could even more dramatically impact your score.

Can I find this information elsewhere?

Absolutely! However, this information has been researched and compiled here to provide quality and efficiency for you.  Contact our preferred providers directly today, or call your representative today for a FREE NO OBLIGATION CONSULTATION.  Remember, “Time is Money.”

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