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About Our Credit Program

Education is essential on your journey to financial success.

National Credit Educational Services (NCES) is dedicated to providing the materials necessary to start you on your journey of recovery.

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We focus on:

Providing tools and resources for our clients to use to improve their credit scores and maintain good credit for life.

Educating our clients about the do’s and don’ts of purchasing a home and obtaining a mortgage.

Ensuring our clients understand the laws which protect them from unlawful debt collection practices.

Navigating our clients toward making sound decisions that will ensure financial success and steering them away from creating negative equity financial situations that may tarnish their credit.

Rebuilding/restructuring credit reporting by enhancing and guiding the behavior which the three major credit reporting agencies look for in order to redefine credit scores.

Providing our clients with tips and shortcuts that will continue to reduce debt and increase credit scores through an understanding of how daily interest rates can affect principle and balance payoffs.

Supplying our clients with knowledge to create financially sound budgets using formulas and worksheets that will enable them to start a business, start a family and plan for retirement.

Educating clients who may be contemplating Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy about the pros and cons of both options and how the process works to benefit the client’s individual situation.

We are committed to providing the most comprehensive financial education information available to our clients.

Our continued credit educational services are aimed at providing clients with the tools they need to overcome any negative financial situations relating to the IRS, foreclosure, credit card charge offs and education loans, just to name a few.

Our singular goal is to help each client escalate to their highest financial abilities through credit restoration, education, and financial intelligence.

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