Clearwater, FL, February 16, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- DuBose and DuBose (http://www.getcreditinformation.com) a nationally recognized credit improvement company, servicing the faith based community, announces today the launch of their new “Ask an Expert” feature of their website. This new feature enhances the free information based website by allowing visitors to ask questions of experts affiliated with DuBose and DuBose regarding credit issues.
Fixing problems and developing solutions is not new to Reney DuBose, the brainchild behind GetCreditInformation.com. Armed with both a Business degree and Law degree from Wayne State University, he's held positions in the legal and business financial sectors, always putting the everyday consumer first. "Ask an Expert makes recommendations with the average consumer’s best interest in mind," says DuBose. "They won't have to worry about any hidden agendas or ulterior motives to try and sell them anything. We speak in plain, understandable common language. So when we're finished, the consumer has a solid understanding of the direction they need to go."
“Ask an Expert” is a timely service because of the in-depth information a consumer can receive on repairing, disputing, and overhauling one's credit. It’s difficult for the average consumer to find the information and tools necessary to fight the credit bureaus regarding credit issues. The “Ask an Expert” feature is a great place to start. But, consumers must do their homework. Those who make the investment in time to ask the right questions will find it often pays off big later.
“Ask an Expert” is a free, unbiased service that helps the average consumer avoid potential mistakes, gain critical credit information to help solve existing credit problems, and develop a plan of action to effectively aid in repairing, disputing, and overhauling one’s credit.
About DuBose & DuBose
As a credit improvement company, co-founded by a licensed credit attorney, DuBose & DuBose developed GetCreditInformation.com for individuals to get free credit information. Here, individuals will find free credit information including articles, videos, tutorials, and resources designed to help improve their credit.
For more information about DuBose & DuBose please visit www.GetCreditInformation.com or email Josh Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org.