Credit Repair Company Leads Industry with Record Growth
BoostMyScore Helps Americans Boost Their Credit Scores
DENVER, CO (PRWEB) AUGUST 25, 2017
BoostMyScore, a Denver-based credit repair company, announces record growth as it celebrates 10 years in business. The company, which helps consumers improve their credit scores, has seen 1,000 percent growth in revenue over the past 10 years and projects it will see 60 percent growth over its 2015 revenue this year.
Founded in 2007 by entrepreneur BBill Airy, BoostMyScore has helped over 100,000 people boost their credit scores using seasoned tradelines. The service has enabled BoostMyScore clients to receive more favorable terms on mortgages, personal loans, business loans and lines of credit. Airy developed the system which adds positive credit history to consumer credit reports through a process known as credit piggybacking or tradeline renting. The end result is an instant boost to consumers’ credit scores.
“I launched BoostMyScore to help consumers improve their credit scores to save money when buying their first homes, start or expand a business, reduce debt and improve their lifestyles,” says Bill Airy, founder, BoostMyScore. “We continue to lead the industry as the number one service provider of credit piggybacking and look forward to helping many more consumers reach their financial goals.”
In conjunction with its record growth, BoostMyScore announces a new brand image as it celebrates 10 years in business. The new look and feel reflects the company’s commitment to improving the financial health of business owners and consumers across the U.S.
“My experience with BoostMyScore has surpassed my expectations especially as a small business owner,” says L. Torres, NV Road-Help.org PublicNoticeFoundation.org. “I feel like this has been one of my best investments. I will encourage others that are seeking help boosting their FICO in a fast and safe manner.”
BoostMyScore is a Denver-based credit repair company founded in 2007. Over the past 10 years, BoostMyScore has helped over 100,000 people boost their credit scores in order to obtain lower interest rates on mortgages, personal loans, business loans and lines of credit.