Credit Repair Organization Affiliate Program

Hi. I am Gary Nitzkin. I am credit repair lawyer. My firm sue Experian, Equifax and Trans Union on a fairly regular basis. We are the largest filer of Fair Credit Reporting Act and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act cases in Michigan and the second largest in Arizona.

I would like to affiliate with you to exchange client referrals.

Do we compete with credit repair organizations like you? NO!

No, we do NOT compete with credit repair organizations. We are actually the “muscle” for many of them them when they cannot get errors and mistakes taken off their clients’ credit reports the nice way. We fix errors and mistakes on credit reports and nothing else and we do it by filing lawsuits against the credit reporting agencies and the lenders.

We know that credit repair companies have their own special methods and techniques to remedy issues other than mistakes and errors on credit reports such as incorrect or incomplete information. We also know that a good credit repair company will audit and review their client’s credit reports to discover errors, mistakes and incomplete information. Again, these are just not things that we do.

How we can help you:

  1. We want to refer clients to you. We get hundreds of potential clients on a monthly basis. We are only able to turn a small percentage of these contacts into cases. The vast majority of these people need a traditional credit repair company such as yours. We would like to refer these people to you on a non-exclusive basis;
  2. We want to advise you on the latest laws and trends to keep you safe and in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Credit Repair Organization Act;
  3. We want to give your firm that extra fire power that your competitors may lack. By having a referral relationship with us, you have us in your arsenal of weapons to get errors and mistakes removed from your clients’ credit reports. This makes you look like a hero to your clients when succeed (which we usually do).
  4. We are unable to split fees with you. It’s per se unethical for an attorney to split fees with a non attorney. The Model Rules of Professional Conduct, which have been adopted in some fashion in every state prohibit fee splitting with non attorneys. Instead, I am happy to refer cases to you after we talk and we get to know each other. We each lend our good names to the other so its important that we are comfortable referring people to one another.

How we can help your clients: After you send out a round or two of dispute letters to the credit reporting agencies, it may become clear that some of them will not remove errors or mistakes that should not be on your client’s credit reports. We can get those items removed by suing the credit reporting agency and the lender that placed that bad information. Client is happy with our result and even happier with you for referring him to us.

Your clients will love the fact that our services will not only NOT COST THEM ANYTHING, BUT WE USUALLY GET THEM DAMAGES OF $1,000. Our services are free to your clients. They will enjoy working with my knowledgeable staff of paralegals and attorneys as we explain every step of the process to them.

What I would like in return: I want to be your firm’s credit repair “muscle.” When your clients have errors or mistakes on their credit reports that cannot be removed by writing dispute letters, I would like you to refer those cases to my office. We are very good at what we do and we can help your clients.

What to do next. Fill out the form below and I will call you. Or you can call or email me. Let’s talk and get to know each other. Let’s see if we are a good fit for cross referrals.

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