Launch of scholarship fund for US college students offers long-term financial commitment

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SEATTLE, WA – (PR Web) June 24, 2014 — CreditRepair.com, a leading provider of credit report repair services, today launched a “CreditRepair.com Scholarship Fund” to benefit qualifying students. The company has pledged to provide six scholarship awards per year. Awards from the fund are available to U.S. students who write winning essays describing what a good credit score is and what it means for their future success.

“CreditRepair.com has assisted thousands of consumers in finding effective solutions to reclaim their credit scores and reports,” said Scott Smith, president of CreditRepair.com. “We understand that building a solid understanding of credit reports and scores during ones college years is important.”

CreditRepair.com will award its first three scholarships in September in time for the 2014 fall semester. Scholarships will be awarded in the following three categories: Credit Vision Award for $3000, Credit Education Award for $1500, and the Credit Awareness Award for $500.

“CreditRepair.com is proud to support programs such as these,” said Smith. “We saw a chance to provide opportunities to students who are working their way through college and taking a smart approach to using credit. If we can help these students out and get them thinking about their credit scores and credit reports early in the game, then we have done what we set out to do.”

The award is open to any currently enrolled full-time student of an accredited US university or college with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5. There is no age requirement for the award. The application deadline for the 2014 fall semester is Sunday, August 31, 2014 at midnight. The next award recipient will be announced on Monday, September 8, 2014.

About CreditRepair.com

For more than a decade, CreditRepair.com has assisted thousands of consumers with effective solutions for reclaiming their credit scores and reports. CreditRepair.com works to ensure that what creditors report to credit bureaus is substantiated, fair and accurate. For details about CreditRepair.com’s simple 3-step process, visit: www.creditrepair.com.

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