Here’s How to Easily Wipe out Old Debt and Improve Your Credit Score

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You’ve been working hard to clean up your credit and to
improve your score, but we get it: This often feels like a daunting
undertaking, especially if you owe creditors money.

And, yeah, those harassing calls from debt collectors? No fun.
Plus, with so many scammy calls, it’s hard to tell which ones are
legit and which ones are just out to steal your identity.

If you’re at a point where you want some assistance, it might
be time to let
Collection Shield 360
step in.

How to Erase Debt Accounts and Increase Your Credit Score

The free credit repair service helps you clean up your overdue
accounts so you can bring up your credit score — and rid yourself
of those pesky calls.

Heck, you won’t even have to make a single call;
Collection Shield 360
does everything for you. It sends
disputes to collectors on your behalf to help remove unfair or
unverifiable collection accounts from your credit report.

And its track record speaks for itself: Collection Shield 360
has fought to get more than 400,000 collection accounts deleted
from users’ credit reports. And most folks see a credit score
increase anywhere from 30 to 120 points.

The service helped 31-year-old server Tabatha Pankop deal with
lingering bills from T-Mobile, Bright House Networks and Verizon.
Her credit score jumped up nearly 200 points, enabling her to move
into a better apartment and start looking for a townhouse to
buy.

You can use your own copies of your credit reports and enter the
information manually for Collection Shield 360 to work with
(totally free). Or you can choose the automated process, which
includes monthly updates of your credit reports and scores with a
premium membership ($1 for a two-month trial).

It takes three steps to
get started with Collection Shield 360
— and could bump your
score up hundreds of points and finally get those collectors off
your back.

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Here’s How to Easily Wipe out Old Debt and Improve Your Credit Score