Will I see results before the money back guarantee expires?
We understand that many clients are eager to see progress in their credit repair journey, and we do our best to provide timely updates on the progress we are making on their behalf. However, due to regulatory changes in the credit repair industry, we are no longer able to offer a money-back guarantee on our services.
We want to be transparent with our clients and set realistic expectations. Credit repair is a complex process and can take time to achieve significant results. Our team of experts will work diligently to improve the questionable accounts/items and overall creditworthiness, but we cannot predict or guarantee specific outcomes.
That said, we are confident in our ability to provide effective credit repair services and have helped many clients achieve their credit goals. If you have any concerns about our services, we encourage you to reach out to our customer service team, and we will do our best to address any questions or issues you may have.
When will I start to see results?
Everyone’s credit situation is different, and some clients will start to see results as early as the first 30 days, and some in 90 days. We do not delay any time in working on your next set of disputes while the items are under review by credit ...
How long does it take to see results?
On average, in as little as 45 to 60 days.
What methods of payment does Pyramid Credit accept?
At Pyramid Credit Repair, we want to make it easy and convenient for our clients to make payments for our services. Currently, we accept Visa, Mastercard, and American Express credit cards as the primary method of payment. We understand the ...
How much of an improvement to my credit scores can I expect?
We understand that improving your credit scores is a top priority, and we work diligently to achieve the best possible results for our clients. However, due to the unique nature of every credit report, we cannot accurately estimate how much your ...
Do you guarantee your product and work?
Unfortunately, we don’t make promises about things we can’t control, like the final outcome.