Monday, December 5, 2016

KC Credit Services Celebrates Silver Anniversary

Kansas City, MO (PRWeb) - KC Credit Services, a credit consulting and restoration company, is celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary. “People have had their lives crushed by financial issues and incorrect reporting, and in my career I get to help turn their lives around so they can get better jobs and lower interest rates,” said Donna Perkins, president of KC Credit Services.
KC Credit Services was founded as a small business located in the basement of its original owner’s house, a man who was helping his friends acquire financing. Today it is a full-scale operation with an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and a 98.5 customer satisfaction rating, and has helped over 110,000 customers from all over the U.S. restore their lives by improving their credit profile. Furthermore, word of mouth has allowed KC Credit Services to expand across the nation.
“We have always fought for the consumer and put their rights before the credit bureaus and collection companies,” said Perkins. “Most people just offer credit repair, while we offer so much more. We do credit repair and invalidating of the debt with the third-party collection agencies. We take the Fair Credit Reporting Act and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and put them into play against those that we fight.”
The growing company’s Platinum Plus Program is a comprehensive credit restoration, which includes work with the three major credit bureaus (Experian, TransUnion, Equifax) to correct misleading, inaccurate, and unverifiable information about clients. “To celebrate our 25th anniversary, we will be giving 25 Platinum Plus Programs to veterans across the country,” concluded Perkins. “Veterans are the people who have protected us and given us our freedom. The owner of KC Credit Services feels that this is a great way to give back to those who have protected us and given us our freedoms.”

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