NewsThe First Black-Owned Credit Monitoring Company Aims To Prevent Identity Theft

The First Black-Owned Credit Monitoring Company Aims To Prevent Identity Theft

Quintel Sumrall teaches financial skills, leveling up credit scores, and is making history one business at a time.

Today, Sumrall is lifting off with the first Black-owned credit monitoring company, dubbed ISeeCredit.com.

From sharing personal loan tips to his secret method of deleting anything from your credit report, testimonials from far and wide prove how much Sumrall’s programs have helped people pay down collections, prevent identity theft, and feel confident applying what he has offered.
“We want to empower individuals to take control of their financial health and provide them with the tools they need to safeguard their identity,” Sumrall stated in a press release.

The Credit Dispute Cloud aims to dismantle the poor credit skills and habits he believes are passed down intergenerationally. Starting at $39.99 a month, the platform offers a simple four-step, four-month dispute process to help clients repair credit scores with each of the three credit-reporting bureaus.
Other perks include:

 24-hour, secure portal access
Over 600 custom dispute letter templates developed by experienced attorneys
Remove all unwanted inquiries from the three credit bureaus

16% of victims reported losing between $5,000 to $9,999
26% said they lost between $1,000 and $4,999
22% were swindled out of $500 to $999

ISeeCredit aims to change the wave of financial illiteracy by helping clients “understand the pulse of their credit scores,” per the release. Leveraging state-of-the-art technology, ISeeCredit prioritizes customer protection in the age of identity theft by providing:

Up to $1M ID Theft Insurance
Monthly report and score refreshes
Daily credit monitoring services

“Our goal is to make financial security and credit protection a reality for every American, regardless of their background or income level,” Sumrall said.

Source: Black Enterprise

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