San Francisco, California (PressExposure) April 26, 2008 -- People having past credit problems and willing to resolve/dispute them need not pay someone to fix their credit. Instead, they can themselves improve bad credit using MortgageFit Credit Repair tool (http://www.mortgagefit.com/calculators/credit-repair.html).
Using the tool, one comes to know about simple steps that can bring a positive impact on his credit. Besides, it tells you what can be done in order to reduce negative impact due to certain items like bankruptcy, collection and others on your credit report.
The Credit Repair tool provides 5 sections such as Bankruptcy, Charge-Off, Collection, Judgment and Late Payment/Delinquency with simple questions having options like "Yes" and "No". Such questions help analyze your credit thereby making you think how many negative items you have, if there are inaccurate details on your credit report or which of the accounts need to be paid off before you apply for loans. And, based on the options you choose, the tool offers tips on how to erase/dispute negative items for free. So, a few minutes with this tool can actually save you hundreds and perhaps thousands of dollars.
The community members at MortgageFit (http://www.mortgagefit.com/) are excited about this new tool. Says Chuck Armbruster (Loan Officer, Arizona), a community member, "Any and all advice to help improve one's credit stance is a step in the right direction, and this new tool is perfect for this Community". Brian, the Marketing Manager at the Community says, "We've developed this tool keeping in mind how important it is to repair oneâs credit. We'd be interested to bring about an improved version but prior to that we'd like to take suggestions from our Community members and guests as theyâre the ones using it".
The Credit Repair tool is what most people in credit problems need. So, if you're among them, try it out and fix your credit. And, just in case you wish to ask questions or give your feedback on this tool, feel free to post it under the section - Introducing the Credit Repair Tool (http://www.mortgagefit.com/annoucements/creditrepair-tool.html).