Maybe you’re a BBB kind of person instead of a Google review person. Either way I encourage you to read the following. Over here at Continental Credit we currently post a B with the BBB. And if this was a college exam result, after an all-night party session I’d take it all day long. However, it’s not, assisting mortgage professionals’ close loans for their clients is our life passion, and we certainly do not think there is anyone better. In my opinion, what matters most is what the clients say and they have overwhelmingly decided there simply is no comparison, but I will let the numbers below speak for themselves:

The math doesn’t seem to add up, does it? Shouldn’t a 98% get you better than a B these days? Playing devil’s advocate, maybe our negative reviews are so awful they offset the difference? So, I looked up our five negative reviews over the last three years and just had to defend ourselves on this one as it brings up a lot of good points:

Scott here is certainly entitled to his frustration, but in fairness we should examine the situation a bit more closely. Here lies the problem; first, we CAN’T lower scores, even if we burned his credit report after enrolling him his scores shouldn’t go down. Scores will primarily only go down with newer accounts being added (good or bad) or increased revolving debt. Second, when you pay off an account like a collection, the policy at the bureaus is it will stay on your report for another seven years and it renews the Date of Last Activity which as we all know results in lower credit scores. Leaving, the only feasible way those collection accounts were removed from his report was through our investigation and verification process, not from paying them.

Well you can’t please everyone I guess no matter how much I’d like to. But for the other 99% of the population who needs a credit score solution we are there for you. Please send over any opportunities and we will do whatever is in our power to get them back to you as a closed loan. We can be reached at 1-866-488-2066.

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