“Let’s face it. Times are tough right now for the average American, who may be laid-off, furloughed, and a host of other things with respect to what is currently taking place. The financial industry is more unpredictable than ever. That’s why the average citizen must think differently about recovering, protecting and growing their credit profile. Now is the best time to rehab and bullet proof your credit. The landscape is changing,” stated Stricklin.
Robert Kiyosaki, famed investor and author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad, often speaks about the importance of thinking differently to get an edge.
“Complaining about your current position in life is worthless. Have a spine and do something about it instead.” And “It’s easier to stand on the sidelines, criticize, and say why you shouldn’t do something. The sidelines are crowded. Get in the game”.
SCC has committed to helping 100,000 families position themselves as homeowners in the next 12 months. Although the current housing market seems uncertain, SCC’s aggressive approach to credit recovery helps to ensure that their clients are mortgage ready when the affects of the global pandemic subsides. In addition to educating and equipping the American citizens with the tools and resources needed for credit rehabilitation, the company vehemently enforces and compels the creditors and data furnishers to maintain compliance and “reportability” when handling a consumer’s file.
“Stricklin’s strategies are not only theory as she has been delivering this service to average consumers for years.”
“With her help, I was able to become better educated on finances and the credit industry. My scores are the highest that they have ever been and I maintain them. I can now pass this knowledge down to my children,” said Melissa Crasse, a social worker with DFCS.
Sheena Goodman of Atlanta stated, “For years I have struggled with just maintaining a positive credit history. I was paying high interest rates if I was ever even able to get approved for anything. Mindy offers credit help and literacy, so I was able to not only increase my credit score, but I learned what should have been taught in high school.”