How Long Does the Credit Repair Process Take Before I See Results?

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How Long Does the Credit Repair Process Take Before I See Results?

If you’re looking for a timeframe on when you’ll see negative accounts removed during the credit repair process, then this article is for you!

Results depend on the specific derogatory account. 

A minimum of 30 – 40 days is needed to remove collections and charge-offs. 

A minimum of 90 days is needed for public records, medical bills, and repossessions. 

It can take up to 30 – 40 days for inquiries to be removed from your report.

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