The Laurel Tree Companies LLC
The Laurel Tree Companies LLC
  • Restore Financial Balance for Life

    WHY?

    The Laurel Tree Companies offers this service because damaged credit can costs you job offers.  Period.  All of the work you put into a great resume, an awesome interview can go down the drain if you have credit issues.  But, compromised credit can also elevate your car payments, house payments and keep you from attaining a life style you deserve.   Compromised credit can cost you security clearances as well if your work is tied to the public sector.  While many consumers vow to use cash for all of their purchases, when looking at purchasing cars, homes and large items, it's not always feasible to use cash.  Did you know that insurance companies often run a consumer report in order to quote you a premium and if your credit score is lower, then the possibility of you paying a higher premium is possible? Protect your credit, identity, family, finances, lifestyle and future not tonight, not tomorrow but NOW.

    TOTAL PROTECTION TODAY

    Don't procrastinate any longer.  Get the job, get the house, get the car-GET THE LIFE you deserve.  Hit the Find Out More button and then call us at 323-687-0905 or email

    daphne@thelaureltreecompanies.com.  Start today no matter where you are in the United States, Puerto Rico or Guam.  We offer credit restoration nationwide to help you  create a better life for yourself and your family.  


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    What Is A Credit Score?

    Credit scores influence the credit that's available and the terms (interest rate, etc.) that lenders may offer.  It's a vital part of credit health.  When a consumer applies for credit - whether for a credit card, an auto loan, or a mortgage, - lenders want to know what risk they'd take by loaning money.  When lenders order a credit report, they can also buy a credit score that's based on the information in the report.  A credit score helps lenders evaluate a credit report because it is a number  that summarized credit risk, based on a snapshot of a credit report at a particular point in time.*


    *excerpt from myfico.com - Understanding All 3 FICO Scores