It’s Easier Than That
Question: If you lost your job, had your house foreclosed, and then went through a bankruptcy, how long would it take you to transform your credit score?
You might think you’d have to wait seven to ten years, when the delinquencies fall off your credit report. But the truth is: You can transform your credit score in as little as 12 or 24 months.Listen to Philip welcome his students
Our Step-by-Step Program
After studying tens of thousands of credit reports, we identified the quickest and easiest ways to rebuild your credit score drastically. Our program teaches you how to implement these credit rules in about 15 or 20 minutes a week.
Over the course of three months, you will learn to adopt new behaviors so that in just one or two years, you will have a great credit score and qualify for the best interest rates, even if you went through a bankruptcy, a foreclosure, a repossession, and a short sale yesterday.
Even if you have dozens of collection accounts on your credit report.Dedicated website for easy access
Our program consists of 13 to 17 instructional videos (depending on your circumstances) that are available through our secure credit portal. The tutorials are ten to fifteen minutes long, and you’ll spend about ten more minutes implementing the simple steps for raising your credit score.Watch a full lesson
Our videos are accompanied by short action guide that are just one or two pages long. Our action guides are easy-to-follow and are packed with powerful information, like a 153-word letter that can resolve one of the biggest credit scams around—one that could be causing your score to drop 20 to 40 points.
You will see… if you know what you are looking for, raising your credit score is actually easy.Quick Credit StrategiesDownload a sample Action Guide
The 720 Family
We know how scary financial troubles can be, so we’ve created a secure portal… you are not alone
We know how scary financial troubles can be, so we’ve created a secure portal where hundreds of people who have walked in your shoes are sharing what they have done to rebuild their score.
We want you to know: You aren’t alone.Get advice from people who have been there.