Do nothing from selfishness or empty conceit, but with humility of mind regard one another as more important than yourselves. (Philippians 2:3 NASB)
GIVING HER CREDIT
When it comes to the importance of credit repair, chances are, Tracie L. Brown will routinely keep it 100.
No if, and, or but about it.
“Credit repair is essential for consumers because credit is needed just about everywhere you go,” Brown said during Making Headline News’ Woman Thou Art Loosed Virtual Experience recent coverage of Bishop T. D. Jakes’ annual event. “Credit repair allows consumers to correct their past mistakes. Although your credit score is important, future lenders focus more heavily on our credit history, which accounts for 35 percent of our score.”
An Illinois-based Financial Literacy Coach and Credit Repair Specialist, Brown doesn’t shy away from the notion that she’s adopted a keen passion for my credit repair business that is steadily emerging as one of the nation’s top industries.
Credit what she appropriately describes as “endless testimonials” she customarily shares with her clients as arguably the grandest reason why she’s destined to change a generation through her selected — and commendable — line of work as one of the bright masterminds in the credit restoration arena.
“(I’m determined) to build a relationship, listen to understand our clients’ needs and then be able to provide a solution is absolutely priceless,” said Brown, explaining her passion for credit repair. “I love helping people navigate through their financial maze and come out victorious.”
Having adopted the intriguing hashtag motto, #helperstooneanother, Brown deemed it essential to share with our readers seven essential reasons why they should strongly consider seeking credit restoration.
Amongst those reasons, Brown said:
- “Because you don’t have to live with poor credit for the rest of your lives.”
- “Better credit opens many more doors of opportunity.”
- “Once you enroll into our credit program and increase your score, you can leverage your excellent credit to create generation wealth (i.e.. start a business).”
- “Our credit repair program is a solution to your financial issues and problems.”
- “It is time to fix what you are ashamed of and break generational curses.”
- “You can obtain lower insurance premiums and save hundreds/thousands of dollars in interest and security deposits” and,
- “You can stop being denied and will no longer need a co-signer.”
A graduate of Florissant, Missouri’s McCluer Senior High School who acquired an Associate Degree through the United States Air Force and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management/Entrepreneurship, Brown’s credit repair services are available to consumers nationwide.
“There really isn’t an age group that I cater to,” Brown told MHN during a June 2020 interview. “Poor credit does not discriminate, so I’m here to serve anyone that needs my assistance and who’s willing to help themselves. What I’ve found to be true is that people realize they need my services but aren’t willing to take the necessary action to obtain the help to invest in their future. I’m just here to help the willing. People must participate in their own rescue.”
Having emphasized she’s aiming to enroll somewhere in the neighborhood of 250 clients by year’s end and a minimum of 1,000 individuals for credit repair in 2021, Brown is especially urging people in the Body of Christ to become good stewards by fixing their credit.
“I would also like to give a huge thank you to Mr. T. D. Jakes for allowing me (to share this story) through his (Woman Thou Art Loosed) platform,” Brown said. I have been listening and following him for so many years.”
Brown has become especially inspired not just by Bishop Jakes’ life-altering sermons but, most importantly, she has become empowered by his solid business mechanics throughout the years, she said.
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“He has given me so much inspiration, hope and confidence to keep pushing and fighting through my challenges,” Brown said of Bishop Jakes’ influential impact. “I thank him for being such a servant man of God and for selflessly helping so many of us. God bless him and (Making Headline News).”
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For more information about Illinois Businesswoman Tracie L. Brown or to inquire about her services, call 618.560.3687 or connect with her via social media at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tracie.carter.902.
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