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sherigirl
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Hello Everyone,

My Name is Sheri, but my friends call me Sherigirl.

I wanted to invite you to take a look at a new company
that is about to show Americans everywhere how to
Build Credit Without Debt.

If Interested, email/pm me with your questions

This one question here below is catching the interest of
Americans around the nation and we are only 3 days into
pre-launch:

quote:
If I could show you a company that would give you a mastercard logo debit card that you could pay all your monthly bills on (be it rent, utilities, or even other credit cards...) who would report those good payments to all 3 credit bureaus ensuring an improvement in your FICO score at the end of 12 months or give you a full refund, would you be interested in hearing more?


Check our my profile for more info and get back to me if you need
a release from your current FICO Score. We can help!
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Rolo
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How can debit be reported as credit?

Are you sure it's not just a secured credit card?

"Expect me when you see me."
Post Sun Oct 09, 2005 3:36 pm
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Originally posted by Rolo
How can debit be reported as credit?

Are you sure it's not just a secured credit card?


Absolutely SURE! You will understand if you listen
to the calls in the profile. Please feel free to send
me your questions once you do. You probably won't
have many once you view the opportunity.

There are some new "alternative credit reporting" procedures about to be introduced to America and the company I am speaking of has proprietary information that is about to be revealed enabling this to happen.

They have already secured a relationship with Bank One to be able to give our members a debit card that they can load $$ onto and log into their back office of the website they will be given and make all their monthly payments that EnTrust America will in turn report to the Big 3. This is going to enable Americans across the nation who don't have credit, start to build it.

College students going away will be given this debit card by their parents and instructed to use it to make all their monthly payments from it, ANY MONTHLY payments...student loans, tuition, cost of room and board and while this college student is learning to adjust to life as an adult, they are already building their credit that will secure them a sound financial future.

This company is going to enable Americas across the world who may have fell into trouble with late payments on Credit Cards, medical bills...ect to rebuild their own credit by logging into their backoffice and choosing the correct "form letter" they need to send in to dispute erroneously reported "dings" to their credit and it will be up to the reporting company to validate that "ding" or it will be removed.

ENTrust America is NOT a "Credit Repair" Service like you are so used to seeing on the market these days. This company is a "Credit EDUCATION and Enhancement" Program that is going to also PAY YOU to share their concept with others while they work to help educate YOU on how to utilize the "do it yourself" removal tool on your credit report.

A member will be able to login to their backoffice and print out their credit report and if they don't understand how one of the processes in the member's area works, then all they will need to do is either call the customer support desk or send in a ticket to receive the proper instructions for submitting these forms to the credit bureaus.

Credit Bureaus don't care where the reporting is coming from, they only report what is being given to them; am I right? I don't claim to be an expert in this so please do correct me if I am wrong but from what I have read, isn't this a correct statement?

If it is, then it doesn't matter "who" reports "what" as long as someone is willing to do it. There is a new company that is willing to do it about to be introduced to Americans around the nation.

Through membership in this program, these problems are about to be solved! This company I speak of has a proprietary system to help almost everyone make their personal financial picture brighter.

They are about to roll out a suite of products and services that will include:

Super-charged Debit Card
Powerful Bill Payment Reporting System
Credit Enhancement & Correction Tools
Identity Theft Protection
Professional Legal Advice
Consumer Protection Advisory Services
Pharmacy Discounts & more
Real Money Savings

In order to increase your Credit Building Power, these services will be divided into a couple of different programs. Thatís because two or three smaller services paid on time carry more weight in strengthening your credit score than do one larger program.

A source they have on their website is this right here:

"The Law Is On Our Side.
In December 2003, the US Government passed legislation that paves the way for our company to offer credit solutions and Identity Theft protection advice."

http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2003/12/20031204-3.html

So just because something has not "been done before" in the traditional meaning of the word, does this mean that it "can't" be done if someone were willing to do it?

You will be hearing more about this soon as many mortgage brokers, car insurance companies and those in the real estate business are already on board with us and about to introduce this new concept to their customer base...AND be paid to do so!
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quote:
Originally posted by sherigirl
quote:
Originally posted by Rolo
Are you sure it's not just a secured credit card?


...to be able to give our members a debit card that they can load $$ onto


Sounds like a secured line-of-credit to me!

"Expect me when you see me."
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quote:
Originally posted by Rolo
quote:
Originally posted by sherigirl
quote:
Originally posted by Rolo
Are you sure it's not just a secured credit card?


...to be able to give our members a debit card that they can load $$ onto


Sounds like a secured line-of-credit to me!


Don't take this wrong but....

I can tell you have not viewed the opportunity or you would
not have statements like "sounds like". You would be questioning
the things on the website, or the call if you listened to it or the
presentation if you watched it.

If you had viewed it with an open mind, you would have
known and heard that the money you load onto the credit
card is YOUR OWN. You load your own funds from your own
bank on the card and then you just use the MC debit card
to make all your regular monthly payments just like you
have always paid before but never got credit for paying
because utilities, rent, car insurance etc...are NOT
REPORTED to the Big 3
UNTIL NOW.....

Take a few to actually listen to the calls and review the material I give you and if you are interested and have more questions, I can set up a 3 way with the CEO of the company for you. These people are not hiding behind a website. They care about their members and they are prepared for the scrutiny that will come due to the "untraditional" method they are using to help Americans nationwide.

One conversation with them, and I bet you see it in a new and totally new light. Don't debunk it without viewing the material in its entirety. Right now, if you do a search on the company, you will not find alot of info because we just launched 3 days ago but in a few months, this company is going to become a household name. They give a money back guarantee if they do not come through on what they promise. There are big names backing this company and you will be hearing more about it in the next coming months. So do your reviews now and get your questions answered and wait and "see".


I am not going to go into a debate over this with
someone who has not even viewed the opportunity.
If there is someone out there genuinely interested
in what is being offered here, kindly view it first then
contact me with your questions. I am far too busy
signing excited members up to attempt to explain
this to someone who hasn't even viewed the
opportunity before rebutting it.

Respectfully
Sherigirl
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quote:
Originally posted by sherigirl
I can tell you have not viewed the opportunity or you would
not have statements like "sounds like".


Okay...by "it sounds like", I mean "it is" with that extra spicy sardonic flavour. Confused

quote:
Originally posted by sherigirl
If you had viewed it with an open mind,


By "open mind" you must mean "believe everything without question".

quote:
Originally posted by sherigirl
you would have
known and heard that the money you load onto the credit
card is YOUR OWN. You load your own funds from your own
bank on the card


I'm not disagreeing with you here...that is how a secured line-of-credit works!

I don't need to be warm-fuzzied up by a 30-minute presentation to zero in on the relevant facts. Of course, you would see that if you weren't a pushy salesman with gratuitous usage of "open mind" and "opportunity". I'm just amazed that you all think you are actually saying something new.

Oh, and what value is it to a lender to know that a person paid his utility bill? Of course they did...or it would be reported that they did not and they wouldn't have running water, power, etc.! I'm a little bothered by people expecting credit for doing the minimum necessary.

"Expect me when you see me."
Post Sun Oct 09, 2005 6:05 pm
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quote:
Originally posted by Rolo
quote:
Originally posted by sherigirl
I can tell you have not viewed the opportunity or you would
not have statements like "sounds like".


Okay...by "it sounds like", I mean "it is" with that extra spicy sardonic flavour. Confused

quote:
Originally posted by sherigirl
If you had viewed it with an open mind,


By "open mind" you must mean "believe everything without question".

quote:
Originally posted by sherigirl
you would have
known and heard that the money you load onto the credit
card is YOUR OWN. You load your own funds from your own
bank on the card


I'm not disagreeing with you here...that is how a secured line-of-credit works!

I don't need to be warm-fuzzied up by a 30-minute presentation to zero in on the relevant facts. Of course, you would see that if you weren't a pushy salesman with gratuitous usage of "open mind" and "opportunity". I'm just amazed that you all think you are actually saying something new.



I did not insult you like this above!
YOU have a very nice day, Sir!
Wink

Its not for everybody but it's there for anyone who wants to sincerely view it. Obviously that is not you. No push at all on my end...not needing to. Skeptics abound everywhere and many are already seeing the value in this after they uncross their folded arms and wipe the frown from the face. There are other elements in this opportunity that you would know are worth a second look "other than traditional credit enhancement", but you won't so I need to focus on those who do and have viable questions instead of immediate "debunking".
Again Have a very nice day!
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